Meaningful Participation

What does it mean to participate in community change? Show up to a meeting? Comply with a change agenda proposed by “the experts?” Go along to get along? Meaningful Participation is so much more than these.

This week we feature a very brief description of what is meant by Meaningful Participation in the Tenacious Change Approach. Each week, until we launch the full Getting Started with the Tenacious Change Approach streaming video course in September, we are featuring a brief video on one of the ten essential operating principles of the Tenacious Change Approach. This is the fourth principle.

Meaningful Participation is the fourth essential operating principle of the Tenacious Change Approach. Learn more here.

To learn more about the full Getting Started with the Tenacious Change Approach series, take a few more minutes to watch the 20-minute overview “sneak preview” video on our online learning platform. You’ll hear more about the principle of Meaningful Participation and its place in the Tenacious Change Approach.

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