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April 26, 2019 - Evaluation for Publicly Funded Programs with Anne McIntyre-Lahner

Time: 9:00am-4:00pm Location: UConn Hartford Campus, Room 227, 10 Prospect Street, Hartford, CT 06106

Anne McIntyre-Lahner,  Director of Performance Management, CT. Department of Children and Families.   35-plus years of experience in state and nonprofit leadership, and author of "Stop Spinning Your Wheels: Using Results Based Accountability to Steer Your Agency to Success"

Anne McIntyre-Lahner, Director of Performance Management, CT. Department of Children and Families. 35-plus years of experience in state and nonprofit leadership, and author of "Stop Spinning Your Wheels: Using Results Based Accountability to Steer Your Agency to Success"

Workshop Description:

This full-day session will explore evaluation of publicly funded programs, including:

  • Program evaluation, outcome evaluation, and program monitoring;

  • The importance of designing programs with outcomes and evaluation in mind; and

  • Engaging staff and providers in using data to understand performance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Ability to describe the concepts of, and appropriate use of, program evaluation, performance

    evaluation, and program monitoring; and differentiate between them;

  • Identify and apply outcome-focused program design to new and redesigned programs;

  • Develop strategies to engage staff and providers in evaluation efforts..

A light lunch will be provided.

To register please click here.