Improving employee engagement: actionable tips from client success

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Guidelines for developing a meaningful problem statement

Actionable strategies for problem statement development

In deliberative engagement, the journey towards meaningful outcomes begins with a pivotal step: crafting a clear and meaningful problem statement. This crucial task can be stressful, but we’re here to help you navigate it smoothly and confidently.

This is part of the process we enjoy – we love partnering with sponsoring organisations (the decision makers) to craft a statement describing the dilemma the deliberation group seeks to solve. Getting this statement right sets up for successful and effective deliberative engagement.

Click here to download our comprehensive guidelines, featuring actionable tips for crafting your problem statement and a handy checklist for testing its effectiveness.

A clear problem statement serves as the compass that guides both the deliberating group and the organisation, ensuring that discussions remain focused and purposeful. It manages expectations at the outset, so everyone knows what is in scope for discussion and what the sponsoring organisation promises to do with the advice from the deliberation group.

We have over 15 years of experience in developing bespoke and robust deliberative engagement methodologies and have used this to prepare these guidelines to support the development of clear and meaningful problem statements.

Engage Insync for deliberative engagement

Whenever you are ready to delve deeper into the world of deliberative engagement, our team is here to help. We firmly advocate for collaborative decision-making and are committed to ensuring the success of our clients.

Contact us today, and an Insync team member will reach out to schedule a free strategy session. This personalised session allows us to understand your project goals, answer your questions, and collaboratively scope out the ideal approach. Then, we will deliver a customised proposal outlining our recommendations and expected outcomes.

Tony Matthews

Principal - Government & Utilities

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Eleanor Howe

Senior Manager - Government & Utilities

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Jane Tyquin

Manager - Government & Utilities

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