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Siobhan Cooney on Top 5 Podcasts for Evaluators

Hello! I’m Siobhan Cooney, Principal Consultant of Cooney Collaborative and avid podcast listener. Once I transitioned into consulting and started working at home, podcasts became a “go-to” form of professional development. With podcasts, I can learn while taking care of mundane household tasks and carting my kids to and from school. Here I highlight my …

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Susan Kistler on Two Terrific Evaluation Podcasts

My name is Susan Kistler and I am the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director and aea365 regular Saturday contributor. I’ve written before about podcasts of interest to evaluators, but they were from peripheral fields. Today, I’m excited to see evaluators entering the fray. Hot Tip – Podcasts are for everyone: The word ‘podcast’ is associated …

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Susan Kistler on 4 Must See/Hear Webcasts and Podcasts to Round Out Your Knowledge Base

I’m Susan Kistler, AEA’s Executive Director, and regular aea365 Saturday contributor. I was inspired by Dorian’s 4/28 post on 5 must-read blogs for those working in nonprofits, and thought I would share a few must see/hear webcasts and podcasts with which you may not be familiar. Rad Resource – Videos on Evaluation Methods from UNICEF: …

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Gov’t Eval TIG Week: Making the most of GAO’s online resources by Brooke Leary

Hi! My name is Brooke Leary and I am an audit supervisor for the King County Auditor’s Office, in Washington State. We conduct independent performance evaluations of county programs and agencies. Prior to working for King County, I worked for the U.S. Government Accountability Office and find that I still look to their online resources …

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Are you really coaching? by Betsy Block

Hi! I’m Betsy Block, coach, consultant and jill-of-all-trades.  I added coaching to my capacity building work as I trained with two thought pioneers– Coaching Training Institute and CRR Global. Evaluators have started asking critical, challenging questions: how do we build our client’s capacity? How do we incorporate equity into our own practices? How do we …

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Blogging in the New Year 2018! by Sheila B Robinson

Season’s Greetings and Happy Holidays loyal AEA365 readers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with a few tips and tools for blogging in 2018. First off, content is king with blogging. Always. There’s no other rule as important as composing well-written, well-conceived content that is relevant and relatable to your audience. …

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Finding inspiration from podcast hosts and new formats by Liz Zadnik

Hi there!  I’m Liz Zadnik, member of the aea365 curating team and Saturday contributor.  I don’t know about you, but summer has started here on the East Coast of the United States and I could not be more excited.  I’m ready for some sun and time on the beach! We all have our vacation rituals …

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EPE TIG Week: Katherine Dawes on Thinking of Trees and Transitions

Hi, I’m Katherine Dawes from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. I’m currently on a year-long assignment as a Visiting Scholar at The George Washington University Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration (find me at kdawes [at] gwu [dot] edu). Earth Day 2016 theme is “Trees for the Earth. Let’s get planting.” Everyone knows …

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Liz Zadnik on Alternatives to Creating an Evaluation Blog or Writing a Blog Post

Hi there wonderful readers!  Liz Zadnik here with my first Saturday post of the new year.  I have been struggling with what to write and thought some of you might be feeling the same way, so I came up with some activities, resources, and ideas to get you started.   Let me first say, that …

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