The Sangfroid Strategy Data and Evaluation Team often hear one big barrier experienced by nonprofit data or evaluation focused staff. Although they are excited about evaluation plans and data management practices, when sharing with their teams there is not always as much buy-in as they would hope. This workshop will deeply explore three common "holdups" and equip teams with the confidence to move from fear to buy-in with data and evaluation work and inspire you to create evaluation plans to support your work.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals, community leaders, and staff looking to learn more about strategic planning
What The Training Will Cover
Identify and understand common barriers to buy-in amongst teams
Learn and share tools, tips, and resources to overcome fear and encourage buy-in and create a culture of continuous improvement
Connect the impact data-driven strategy has on an organization regardless of organizational role
All workshops are live & recorded. Registrants receive slides & recordings. It is best to attend live. If you miss the workshop, you can watch the recordings and reach out to the instructor with any questions.
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We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Ariel Jordan is a data scientist at heart, with a strong commitment to community, a breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in Cleveland’s nonprofit landscape, and an immense amount of research and project management skills. As Social Impact Analyst, she unveils current trends to build efficient and equitable outcomes in the nonprofit sector.
Catherine Smith joined Sangfroid Strategy in 2020 to further support and strengthen the nonprofit sector. After working on program design and partnership for small nonprofits, she saw the need for building capacity across social service organizations. Catherine believes that by enhancing organizations with the e-value8 program, nonprofits, clients and community members are better served. And, through the use of best-practices and research methods in their work, nonprofits are not only able to grow their impact, but also can efficiently and sustainably manage their program needs.