Public-private dialogue strengthens policymaking by incorporating valuable private input and creating momentum for reform. For dialogue to be most productive, the private sector must take initiative to advocate for its priorities in a participatory policy process. This toolkit aids business leaders who seek to improve their participation in dialogue for better policy results.
- Role of advocacy strategy in dialogue
- Principles of high-quality dialogue
- Elements of effective communication: issues, participants, messages, and channels
- Steps to prepare for dialogue
Kim Eric Bettcher, Center for International Private Enterprise REFORM Toolkit, May 2011
This toolkit aids business leaders who seek to improve their participation in dialogue for better policy results. The toolkit explains the role of advocacy strategy in dialogue, the principles of high-quality dialogue, the elements of effective communication, and steps to prepare for dialogue.
The toolkit explains: