Cube Group is passionate about creating real engagement. We know the importance of two-way communication, collaboration and story-telling. We work with you to help genuinely engage with and listen to your communities and stakeholders at the right time and in the right way.
Today’s public value organisations need to build community awareness, understanding and ownership of your services. We help you achieve cut-through in your messaging and communicate with the public using creative and relevant channels.
Joining the dots
We find ways to bring our clients together with their stakeholders and public value partners. We help our clients start conversations, build shared understanding and foster lasting relationships. We use a variety of strategies and methods to ensure our engagements are tailored to our clients. Some recent examples include: research strategies and reviews; data collection and management strategies; data synthesis, analysis and review; user experience research; focus group testing and modelling; survey strategies, design, analysis and review; standard and guideline compliance reviews; quality assurance and peer review strategies; and market engagement and implementation.
We help our clients engage communities and stakeholders that are culturally, geographically and socially diverse, and we work across the entire spectrum of engagement from information provision to collaboration and empowerment.
Some of our communication and engagement projects
- Targeted stakeholder engagement via interviews, focus groups and surveys to inform strategic planning for a range of public sector organisations
- Large-scale community consultation for feasibility of a secondary school
- Targeted engagement for a grass-roots community organisation
- Coordination of community engagement for violence against women policy
- State-wide community engagement for major volunteer organisation
- Complex stakeholder engagement for multi-jurisdictional emergency call-taking reforms
- Facilitation of lessons learned from community recovery committees following 2009 Victorian bushfires