Is your organization using data to tell its story? Is it capturing the right data? Do you even know where to begin? In this webinar, strategic planning and grant writing consultant Sarah Keister Armstrong will share tips to help your organization effectively use data to tell its story. These practical tips will help your organization develop a framework for capturing, understanding, and communicating about data.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Sarah has provided evaluation, strategic planning, and grant writing consulting services to public and nonprofit organizations since 2013. She brings experience in statistical analysis and using quantitative and qualitative measures to evaluate public policies and programs.
Her expertise helps organizations effectively collect and analyze meaningful data, determine the implications of data on planning goals, and communicate the nexus of data, planning, and action. Sarah regularly presents to professional audiences about strategies to successfully incorporate data-driven practices into their community engagement and planning work.
Who Should Attend?
Nonprofit leaders and organizations interested in learning how to develop a framework for capturing, understanding, and communicating about organizational data.
What The Training Will Cover
Where to find meaningful data
How to write survey questions that will inform decision-making
The difference between outputs and outcomes and why the distinction matters
How to present and discuss your data
Different ways to incorporate data to strengthen the storytelling about your organization
This workshop is recorded. It is best to attend live but if you miss the live workshop, you can watch the recordings and then reach out to the instructor with any follow up questions. After the conference, attendees will receive recordings and materials from the workshop.
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Please Note: We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate.