This page lists all techniques addressed in this toolkit and provides links to the detailed description of each technique. In addition, this summary page of all techniques (PDF, 267.4 KB) provides a high-level assessment of how well each technique achieves each engagement objective, the potential reach and cost for its use.

Direct personal contact

Elements to consider when undertaking direct personal contact

Broad one-way communication

Elements to consider when undertaking broad one-way communication

Events and peer networks

Elements to consider when undertaking events and peer networks

  • Field days
    CMA staff host a gathering of landholders to inspect one or more properties together
  • Workshops
    CMA staff host a structured gathering of landholders/experts to discuss a specific topic or problem
  • Facilitated peer learning
    Groups established to share learnings and the latest research within a specific industry
  • Awards programs
    Programs culminating in awards nights which provide incentives and acknowledgement to landholders

Evaluation and feedback

Elements to consider when undertaking evaluation and feedback

  • Questionnaires
    Used to gather common information from a number of landholders via email, mail-outs, or direct contact
  • Interviews
    Direct surveys with landholders in order to identify specific progress or problems
  • Photo monitoring
    Ongoing, site-specific monitoring which allows for the visualisation of change over time

Online and social media

Elements to consider when working online and with social media

  • Online videos
    Online videos on successful works or 'how-to' videos
  • Blogs
    Online posts from CMAs providing discussion pieces on specific topics
  • Online forums
    Informal discussions online, providing two-way communication between landholders and CMA
  • Facebook, Twitter and Flickr
    Common social media platforms used by CMA engagement teams

Page last updated: 25/02/19