FREE VIDEO RESOURCES


A selection of educational and inspirational videos created by MosaicLab (unless otherwise credited).
Use these handy video resources to prepare a group, upskill your team or gain useful ideas and insights.

PART 1: WHAT IS DELIBERATIVE ENGAGEMENT?

The first in a three part series MosaicLab is creating on deliberative engagement (deliberative democracy).  An overview of what deliberative engagement is, and how it differs from standard engagement approaches. Keep an eye out for part two and three - coming soon! For a complementary resource, grab our 'Principles of Deliberative Engagement' free download.

DOS & DON'TS OF GROUP DECISION MAKING 

Group decision making process (particularly deliberative processes such as citizens' juries, community panels and people's panels) can be both exciting and overwhelming for participants. MosaicLab has prepared a handy list of dos and don'ts that will help participants in a decision making process get the most out of their journey together.

 

DELIBERATION INSIGHTS - DECISION MAKERS

Deliberative processes through the eyes of decision makers and leaders.  Reflections, insights and learnings from individuals who have led their organisation through, and made decisions influence by a deliberative engagement process (such as a citizens' jury or people's panel).  This video is one of the resources used in our Deliberation Ready Training experience for managers, leaders and decision makers. 

DELIBERATION INSIGHTS - PROJECT MANAGERS

Deliberative processes through the eyes of project managers. Reflections, insights and learnings from those who have led their teams through a deliberative engagement process such as a citizens' jury or people's panel.  This video is one of the resources used in our Deliberation Ready Training experience for managers, leaders and decision makers. 

 
 

REAL INFLUENCE IS KEY 

Influence is key to community engagement! The quality of an engagement process is determined by the level of influence. This video details what influence in community engagement means to MosaicLab. This video was created as part of Engage 2 Act's 2018 Blogging Challenge in honour of Global Community Engagement Day

 

Unconscious Biases

The newDemocracy Foundation's (nDF) Research Director, Lyn Carson (with creative input from the Sortition Foundation's Brett Hennig) has developed this exercise on unconscious biases, designed to enhance the analytical capacity of everyday citizens. It can be used as one element of critical thinking exercises.  MosaicLab was proud to work with and support nDF in the development of this resource.

Get the free download: 

Visit our free download section to access a downloadable pdf on brain biases that you can use with this video.  

CRITICAL THINKING

The newDemocracy Foundation's (nDF) Research Director, was commissioned by MosaicLab to develop a critical thinking exercise for citizens' juries. The exercise was designed to enhance the analytical capacity of everyday citizens. This film was developed by newDemocracy (with creative input from Brett Hennig) and can be used as one element of the critical thinking exercise. 

Get the free download: 

Visit our free download section to access a downloadable pdf on critical thinking that you can use with this video.  


 

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