All-In Northern Mediation is offering facilitation of the W.K. Kellogg Foundations' “The Step-by-Step Guide to EVALUATION How to Become Savvy Evaluation Consumers” in support or your programs' success.
This guide is a superior resource overflowing with information and practical tips & tools to clarify purpose and boost effectiveness in all program stages.
In working through the guide in a high energy Interactive Workshop tailored to your organization's needs, your staff can build on and gain further skills & knowledge, improve confidence & insight, and be better prepared for planning, monitoring, and reporting from proposal to implementation and throughout the life of their programs!
We’ll explore key components with a focus on understanding and applying proven concepts & models while developing:
Each participant will also recieve a FREE print version of the 264-page guide. That's a lot to add to the toolbox!
Start your enquiry through the link below, or call 250-500-4323 for more information.
Thank you to Charlene Eden and Kristi Yris, Regional Coordinators, Community Coordination for Women's Safety, to Stephanie Ashton, Provincial Domestic Violence Coordinator, RCMP, and of course Fort Nelson Aboriginal Friendship Society for bringing Violence Against Women in Relationships (VAWIR) development workshop and Interagency Case Assessment Team (ICAT) training to our local service providers.
It was great to be part of the large number in attendance and to be reminded of how fortunate we are to have the resources we do!
"Leslie is a competent, professional and prepared facilitator. I would highly recommend her for any facilitation project. She is committed to researching her topic and highly skilled at leading groups through various training and processes."
Seanah Roper Executive Director, Fort Nelson Community Literacy Society
A big Thank You to Seanah & Fort Nelson Literacy Society for the opportunity ! The Refugee Sponsorship Committee Workshop was a wonderfully challenging and positive experience – so much compassion, energy and diversity with so many dedicated people in the room.
Leslie "...demonstrated passion and drive...
Advocating for clients was a routine aspect of the work performed and she provided professionally neutral services to all."
Roberta Dendys Executive Director of Community Services, Fort Nelson First Nation