Integrating Communication in Evaluation workshop, Berne 2014 – registrations open

December 3, 2013 at 8:40 pm Leave a comment

Further to my earlier post, registrations are now open for the course that I’ll be co-presenting on communications and evaluation in 2014 in collaboration with the Swiss Evaluation Association (SEVAL):

1) Integrating Communication in Evaluation 

Dates: March 13 and 14, 2014 (2 full days)
Venue: Federal Office of Personnel, Eigerstrasse 71, Room 205, 3007 Berne, Switzerland
Cost: CHF 700
Description:  An often-overlooked step in evaluation is ensuring that findings are communicated, understood and acted upon.  Equally important, however,is what, how and when we communicate with different stakeholders throughout the evaluation process.  Communicating effectively implies using different means,messages and methods to reach different groups with very different needs and expectations. A mix of presentations, case studies and practical exercises will be used to introduce and discuss new approaches for communicating and engaging with stakeholders and presenting results to different audiences (for example social media, interactive presentations and data visualisation).  Participants are encouraged to bring examples of evaluations they have commissioned or implemented to be used as case studies during the workshop. The workshop will be co-facilitated by Glenn O’Neil of Owl RE, Geneva and Marlène Läubli Loud of Lauco Evaluation & Training
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