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AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i): A Great Place to Start Presentation Planning! by Sheila B Robinson

Hello! I’m Sheila B Robinson, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor and I’m getting excited about my presentations at Evaluation 2018! I’m thinking about what content to share, what I want my participants to know, how I will present, what my slides will look like…so much to consider! That’s why I love p2i! Rad …

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Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i) has a new home! Come visit! by Sheila B Robinson

Hello all! I’m Sheila B Robinson, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with a Hot Tip and Rad Resource for presentation designers! On March 30, we unveiled a new, reorganized and freshened up Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i) website. Here’s what you’ll find: On the p2i HOME page, you’ll find a brief introduction to p2i, …

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Michelle Mandolia on One Year After I Got Hooked On Potent Presentations

My name is Michelle Mandolia and I work in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Evaluation Support Division.  At last year’s conference, I attended Stephanie Evergreen’s three Potent Presentations Initiative sessions on Message, Design, and Delivery (now available as a 3-part webinar series or as PDFs at http://p2i.eval.org/).  P2i has been a game changer for me.  …

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MNEA Week: Angie Ficek on Learning about Potent Presentations

Hi! My name is Angie Ficek and I am a program evaluator at Professional Data Analysts, Inc., a small firm in Minneapolis, MN specializing in public health evaluation. At least year’s AEA conference I had the great pleasure of attending Stephanie Evergreen’s session on presentation message, sponsored by AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i). The session …

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James Coyle on Use of the Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i) in Evaluation Contexts Outside of the AEA Conference

My name is James Coyle and I am the Director of Performance and Evaluation at the Interior Health Authority; I’m also involved in the Evaluation Mentoring Canada initiative and an active evaluation podcaster. Even though the AEA annual conference is right around the corner, I want to tell you how I’ve used AEA resources outside …

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June Gothberg on How Potent Presentations Changed my Presentation Worldview

Greetings this is June Gothberg, Senior Researcher at Western Michigan University.  A few years ago, I became involved with AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative and worked with Stephanie Evergreen to include universal design principles.  I currently hold a position on the p2i advisory board.  What I didn’t anticipate when I started working with the group is …

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Stephanie Evergreen on the Potent Presentations Initiative Website

Hey there. I’m Stephanie Evergreen, AEA’s eLearning Initiatives Director and general data communications geek. Susan Kistler has a family obligation this weekend, so I’m stepping in to share with you the newest developments in AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i). You’ve heard about p2i, right? It is a new initiative to help AEA members improve their …

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Stephanie Evergreen on the Potent Presentations Initiative and Winning a Copy of Presentation Zen

Hi folks. Susan Kistler normally contributes the Saturday post on aea365, but she’s busy cleaning and updating your awesome proposals. I’m Stephanie Evergreen, AEA’s eLearning Initiatives Director and the lead of a new AEA project initiated by the AEA Board of Directors – the Potent Presentations Initiative. We’ll be identifying and sharing research-based strategies to …

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CP TIG Week: Mentor Me by Ann Price

Hello fellow evaluators! My name is Ann Price and I am President of Community Evaluation Solutions (CES), based in Georgia. This year’s conference theme, Paths to the Future of Evaluation: Contribution, Leadership, Renewal resonates with me. I am often called upon to speak with evaluation classes and frequently meet with evaluators considering consulting as a …

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#EvalTwitter Week: Create Visuals to Help Your Tweets Stand Out Among the Crowd by Echo Rivera

Hey there, I’m Echo Rivera, owner of Creative Research Communications, LLC and advisory team member of AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i). I love Twitter, and have been tweeting since 2012. I’m here to help your tweets stand out from the crowd. And by “crowd,” I mean the estimated 500 million tweets sent per day. The …

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