TUE, 20th June 2:00 PM (NZST) – REGISTER HERE
Community Research webinars are free online events which share community sector expertise about what’s working.
Do you manage multiple projects with multiple plans and do you need one framework for your outcomes and measures? Do you need evidence, to be better prepared for contracting?
In this free, 75-minute webinar Dr. Jess Dart will help you to design strategic and measurable outcomes and a framework for your whole organization. She will help you gather better evidence.
Hot topics include:
- organizational theory of change
- lead indicators
- co-design process
About this webinar
Community Research webinars help time-poor, cash-strapped organisations to produce evidence of their real value. It’s like a seminar at your desk! And it’s completely free of charge.
In this webinar participants will learn:
- Practical steps to developing an outcomes framework
- Commonsense NGO Advice, including advice for co-design with communities
- Where to find further resources
Who is this webinar for?
This event is designed for community workers, managers, evaluators and researchers who need to develop Outcomes Frameworks and who are seeking practical steps and resources.
Post-event discussion group
Community Research has created a Facebook discussion group where you can meet other NGOs who are grappling with similar organisational outcomes questions to you. This is a free, ongoing resource, offered to link up NGOs who can help each other, by sharing and discussing these issues.
Dr. Jess Dart
Inventor of practical methodologies and highly demanded facilitator, Jess navigates complexity with comfort and helps her clients to become clear about their desired outcomes and how to get there. Recipient of the National Evaluation Development Award, Jess has over 25 years of involvement in evaluating and designing social change programs in Australia and overseas.
In October 2005 Jess established Clear Horizon Consulting and today works as a principal consultant as well as being the Chair of the board of Directors at Clear Horizon. Jess is regularly invited to advise organisations on their strategic frameworks and evaluation and design capabilities. She is also a board member of the Australasian Evaluation society.
Jess is passionate about developing and designing real world methods and process for both program design and evaluation. After completing her PhD she co-authored the Most Significant Change (MSC) guide alongside Dr Rick Davies – which is now translated into 12 different languages. The latest innovation by Jess, Collaborative Outcomes Reporting (COR), is a collaborative form of impact evaluation. Jess is also an active mum and has two teenage boys, and in a quiet moment loves reading far-future science fiction and long distance running.