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3 result(s) for Communication is key
  1. search file icon1. New video resource for councillors - Blog   5 star relevancy We have produced a new video covering 'Complaints, human rights and PIDs – what every councillor needs to know'. https://www.ombudsman.qld.gov.au/improve-public-administration/blog/new-video-resource-for-councillors  - Last Modified 4 Jun 2020
  2. search file icon2. Case studies - positive outcomes for vulnerable people - Blog   5 star relevancy The Office continues to promote awareness and accessibility for communities in regional and remote areas, Indigenous, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, the homeless and prisoners. https://www.ombudsman.qld.gov.au/improve-public-administration/blog/case-studies-positive-outcomes-for-vulnerable-people  - Last Modified 8 May 2020
  3. search file icon3. Case studies - Improving communication - Blog   5 star relevancy Communication with complainants should be open and accountable, subject to legal requirements. Failure to manage complainant’s expectations may result in dissatisfaction with the complaints process, unrealistic expectations and complaint escalation. https://www.ombudsman.qld.gov.au/improve-public-administration/blog/case-studies-improving-communication  - Last Modified 19 Mar 2020
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