C2C Strategies assists trade associations, government agencies, charitable organizations, and NFPs through the planning process. Plans that get people involved – that work to defined outcomes – that reflect your vision.
As an IAF Certified™ Professional Facilitator, we draw on a variety of techniques for each engagement. We design opportunities to both listen to – and engage stakeholders – in a transparent and cooperative setting.
ResearchEffective stakeholder strategies are always underpinned by good research. C2C utilizes proprietary modelling software to consolidate in-depth stakeholder feedback into concise, informative and actionable data.
Clients Choose Us!
Achieving Consensus within a Volunteer Not-for-Profit Board of Directors
A one-day strategic planning retreat to explore, evaluate, and find common agreement on the path forward.
Rebuilding Task Force member relations through a one-day facilitated workshop
By taking an inclusive approach to re-engineering the stakeholder process, a consensus was created to guide the Task Force’s work going forward.
Renewing a 5-Year Strategic Plan for a Member-based Association
C2C was contracted to develop and facilitate a planning session that would allow the Board of Directors and key Staff to provide input for a new strategic plan.
Designing a National Forum for District Energy
C2C assisted in the design of two forums – one in Markham Ontario and the other Calgary Alberta – and provided moderation and facilitation services for each event.
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November 16, 2015It seems that today’s buzzword in business is “innovation”. Knowing what to do about it leads to a whole lot of questions: What is it? What’s driving us to want to do it? How do we do it? How is it sustained? Unravelling the innovation “it” for clients is an exciting challenge! Given that innovation [...]
May 22, 2014Principal of C2C, Emay Cowx, recently spoke about how consideration of social capital can help develop better strategies for engagement and consultation in support of future infrastructure developments. These comments were delivered to a national audience of public utility regulators (CAMPUT) as a panelist discussing “Consultation & Engagement: A Potential Game-Changer?” at their annual conference [...]