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My favorite resources for job-hunting evaluators

My favorite resources for job-hunting evaluators

It’s that time of year again! Within the past week alone, three of my evaluation friends have asked for my advice in finding positions. Here are my favorite resources for job-hunting evaluators. ——————————————————————— Resource #1: The American Evaluation Association’s public job listings for evaluators. These postings are free…

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On Methodological Demons, Farmers, and Bridgebuilders [Guest post by Andrew Blum]

On Methodological Demons, Farmers, and Bridgebuilders [Guest post by Andrew Blum]

Last week I wrote about my inner evaluation demon (you can read the post here). Today’s post is a response by Andrew Blum. Andrew is the Director of Learning and Evaluation at the US Institute of Peace. He also tweets about peacebuilding and internal evaluation here. When we met…

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My inner evaluation demons [Guest cartoon from Chris Lysy]

My inner evaluation demons [Guest cartoon from Chris Lysy]

We all have our inner evaluation demons. In my quest towards evaluation use, I encounter this little angel and demon on a near-daily basis: What are you inner evaluation demons, and how do you battle them? Is it possible to strike a balance between your…

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Ideas for interactive focus groups

Ideas for interactive focus groups

     Hello fellow evaluators, My teammate and I are running a focus group in a couple weeks. The group will be large (about 17 people) and will be with working professionals (mid-20s through mid-40s). We’d like to add a few interactive elements to this focus…

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Newbie Evaluator Essentials [Guest post by Karen Anderson]

Newbie Evaluator Essentials [Guest post by Karen Anderson]

Blog swap! Karen Anderson and I are mixing things up today by guest-posting on each other’s blogs. Karen Anderson is my favorite “newbie” evaluator. Karen completed a master’s degree in social work a couple years ago. She’s currently an evaluator at a nonprofit in Atlanta and…

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Should evaluators share statistical results during evaluation conferences?

Should evaluators share statistical results during evaluation conferences?

I’m asking evaluators and non-evaluators to think about some of the most effective conference presentations they’ve seen as part of the American Evaluation Association’s new Potent Presentations Initiative (P2i). When talking about the ingredients for great presentations, Herb Baum commented, “Do not present results unless…

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Is the evaluation hurting the program?

Is the evaluation hurting the program?

We were extremely fortunate to have past and present Presidents of the American Evaluation Association as our guest speakers at the 2012 Eastern Evaluation Research Society’s conference – Eleanor Chelimsky, Jennifer Greene, and Rodney Hopson. Even though the conference was a couple weeks ago, I’m…

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