Empowerment Evaluation Webinar in India (Register)

Empowerment Evaluation Webinar in India
by Dr. David Fetterman

Empowerment Evaluation Webinar. Learn more about how to help nonprofits, for-profits, communities, schools, and hospitals, evaluate their own performance in order to reach their goals.
Rituu Nanda invited Dr. David Fetterman to present an empowerment evaluation webinar for colleagues in India. 

Mr. Aniruddha Brahmachari will be the moderator. 

The date in India was May 8th at 6:30 pm. Register at: https://lnkd.in/gCgiQEF

Brief Description of the Webinar

Empowerment evaluation is a stakeholder involvement approach to evaluation. It is aimed at learning and improvement. It helps people learn how to help themselves and become more self-determined, by learning how to monitor and evaluate their own programs and initiatives. Key concepts include: a critical friend (evaluator helping to guide their evaluation), cycles of reflection and action, and a community of learners. Principles guiding empowerment evaluation range from improvement to capacity building and accountability. The basic steps of empowerment evaluation include: 1) establishing a mission or unifying purpose; 2) taking stock – a baseline self-assessment designed to help measure growth and improvement; and 3) planning for the future – establishing goals and strategies to achieve objectives (based on their self-assessment), as well as credible evidence to monitor change. An evaluation dashboard is used to compare actual performance with quarterly milestones and annual goals. The role of the evaluator is that of a coach or facilitator in an empowerment evaluation, since the group is in charge of the evaluation itself. The webinar will highlight how empowerment evaluation produces measurable outcomes with case examples ranging from high tech companies such as Google and Hewlett-Packard to work in rural Arkansas and squatter settlements in South Africa. The webinar will also introduce participants to the theory, concepts, principles, and steps of empowerment evaluation as well as the technological tools to facilitate the approach.

Time:  May 8, 2020 06:30 PM in India


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