Facilitated by Leading4Impact (formerly Health in Common) a non-profit planning and evaluation organization, this 1.5 hour workshop will help you strategically plan your programming and design an evaluation at the front end that provides a shared understanding of your program’s intended impact and how it will be measured. You will learn the basics of program evaluation, including logic model and evaluation framework development, and receive sample tools and resources to help you assess the impact of your programs or services.
Leading4Impact will be presenting a follow up workshop at our conference in March on making information relevant and accessible; allowing you to engage others and better tell the story of your program. You will learn about preparing and communicating findings clearly, making information accessible and in plain language, as well as receive template reports and 1-pagers.
You do not have to attend both seminars.
Lead presenter: Cassandra Montanino
With considerable experience facilitating research and evaluation projects in the non-profit and public sector, Cassandra is passionate about helping community organizations tell their story and document success through evaluation and planning for the future. Her ability to listen and reflect ensures that different perspectives are heard.
Cassandra's experience includes policy analysis and evaluation with the provincial government, research and data analysis with the Human Rights & Health Equity Office at Mount Sinai Hospital and clinical practice social work. She brings strong skills in qualitative and mixed methods research, and facilitation and engagement. Cassandra holds a Master of Social Work from Carleton University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Winnipeg. She is a certified Change Management Practitioner.
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