Stakeholder engagement

Together, we can work through anything

Engineered solutions alone cannot mitigate climate change. Identifying and engaging stakeholders—students, staff, faculty, leadership, members of the community—takes a toolbox of methods and expert facilitation skills to ensure diverse perspectives contribute to the solution.


Stakeholder engagement is a crucial component of working together to solve climate change. Open discussion encourages diverse perspectives, which lead to multi-way education and information sharing, effective decision making, trust, risk management, buy-in, and accountability.

Working from core values of respect, mutual understanding, shared responsibility for the outcomes, transparency, and assuming positive intent, GreenerU’s expert facilitation skills and stakeholder engagement techniques can ensure the best outcomes for any complex project.

How we can help

Our change management team has multiple tools in its toolbox to engage stakeholders:

  • Expertise in remote and in-person facilitation for organizational change, including large-group meetings and break-out sessions
  • Walking focus groups, a process by which we gain insights on how building occupants experience their space
  • Stakeholder mapping
  • Town hall meetings, focus groups, and listening sessions
  • Survey development
  • Strategic communications
Project experience

GreenerU has worked with multiple institutions and other partners on stakeholder engagement, including at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tufts University, Brandeis University, Bentley University, University of Massachusetts Amherst, East Carolina University, Concord Academy, and many more.

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