Community Problem Solving: How to Achieve Stakeholder Diversity (4/15/10)

Austin Community College

Highland Business Center

Room 411

5930 Middle Fiskville Road

Austin TX 78752 USA


If the parking lot is full, you may park at the Radisson Hotel or at Highland Mall.

A parking permit will be emailed to the attendees two days prior to the event.



Community problems are complex, and community level problem solving requires participation from a diverse range of people. Including diverse stakeholders with opposing views and interests can often feel difficult and counterproductive. However, addressing community problems openly and encouraging stakeholders with opposing views to participate in problem solving processes together increases the potential for sustained, successful, shared community level solutions. The workshop will explore and practice methods for inviting and including diverse stakeholders in effective community problem solving.

Event Contact

Event Coordinator

Candyss Bryant

Candyss Bryant






Hosted by

Center for Community-Based and Nonprofit Organizations at
Austin Community College

Working effectively to bring people and assets together
to achieve the common good.

The Center for Community-Based & Nonprofit Organizations at Austin Community College (ACC CCBNO) serves those engaged in the Nonprofit Sector by leveraging community assets and serving as a community partnership broadening the horizons and possibilities for those engaged in the Nonprofit Sector

  • Connecting the Nonprofit Sector
  • Providing Professional & Volunteer Development Learning Opportunities
  • Making available Resources, Information, & Referral
  • Offering Coaching, Consultation, Collaboration

Name Sales End Price
How to Achieve Stakeholder Diversity (4/15/10) Ended Free