What if there were a way you could communicate powerful results to your stakeholders in annual reports, budgets, marketing materials, and proposals; motivate staff and volunteers; improve performance; and encourage innovation and accountability? And, as demands increase for your programs and services, and resources are at risk for decreasing, what if you could prove the impact of your programs and services? While the connection may not be readily obvious to everyone, making outcome measurement a priority is the solution and a key strategy for addressing all of the above issues. However, even though it sounds straightforward, it is especially challenging for non-profit and government organizations that are focused on community benefits or outcomes that are challenging but possible to measure and quantify. This webinar is a requirement of the Campus for Communities' Community Development for Practitioners Certificate or it can be taken as a stand-alone professional development opportunity.
• communicate the value of outcome measurement
• describe what can be quantified and measured
• identify strategies, models, and tools for measurement