- February 14, 2012 3:00 pm
- February 14, 2012 4:00 pm
Non-profits leaders are responsible for attracting, retaining, and growing the financial, human, and capital resources required to deliver programs and work towards satisfying the mission. Often this work is done with lean staff and budgets. Although leaders understand the importance of performance and outcome evaluation, they often lack the staff, resources, time, and expertise to fully utilize these efforts. This interactive workshop will explore five easy and effective elements of evaluation. These strategies and tools are inexpensive and simple to implement. Participants will learn how to effectively capture and use data and information to achieve desired results. An overview of specific methods for measuring your mission and transforming results into powerful communication tools will be presented.
- Participants will understand the benefits of implementing performance and outcome evaluation
- Participants will learn how to ensure successful performance and outcome evaluation
- Participants will learn effective and inexpensive strategies for measuring the mission
- Participants will learn inexpensive technology tools that will facilitate their evaluation efforts
- Participants will learn how to turn their evaluation results into powerful communication tools
|Sheri Chaney Jones specializes in helping organizations successfully collect, organize, and use data and information to demonstrate and communicate their value. The outcomes of her work allow her clients to fully achieve their dreams and take their missions to the next level. For over a decade, Sheri has improved government, non-profits, and small businesses through the use of performance management, evaluation, and organizational behavior best practices. Her experience and expertise has transformed the measurement culture and as a result saved public dollars, improved outcomes, demonstrated effectiveness, and increased revenues. Her clientele is vast including arts, education, health and human services, juvenile justice, faith-based, and private organizations.
Prior to founding Measurement Resources, Sheri served as the Performance Center Manager for the Ohio Department of Aging, the Deputy Director of Performance Evaluation for the Franklin County Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court, and Associate for the Columbus-based organizational research firm, Decision Support Services, Inc. In addition, Sheri enjoys educating and inspiring others by writing a monthly blog on performance management, presenting at conferences and seminars, and teaching Organizational Behavior and Business Ethics at Franklin University. Sheri earned her M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Central Michigan University and a B.S. with distinction in Psychology from The Ohio State University.
|Measurement Resources Company is committed to helping clients fully implement their mission and take their organization to the next level. We implement data-driven management tools, such as evaluation, organizational development, and performance measurement to help organizations improve and reach the highest achievement possible. Measuring and using the right data and information is crucial for government agencies, non-profit organizations, and small business to survive and compete in today’s economy. We know our clients are tired of planning and recommendations and want solutions and outcomes. That is why Measurement Resources is committed to providing quality, ethical, tailored, and economical services that are delivered on-time, within budget, and result in successful outcomes and improvements.|