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Breaking Down Silos by Creating a Logic Model

September 18th 2019 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Colorado Nonprofit Association | Training Center
789 N SHERMAN ST
Suite 100
Denver 80203 - 3529

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Phone: (303) 813 - 4211
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Event Fee(s)
Registration $ 65.00
AFP $ 60.00

Are you and your team on the same page about programming? Do you feel disconnected or out of the loop about other departments? Logic models are an invaluable tool for increasing communication and clarity between stakeholders, both inside and outside of your organization. In this training, participants will learn how to develop, refine, and implement logic models for program planning, evaluation, fundraising, AND getting your team on the same page. Participants will walk away with a logic model template to use with their organization. 

 

Our professional development trainings are made possible by the generous support of U.S. Bank

 


 

 

Pricing

  • Free for members of Colorado Nonprofit Association (must be logged in for discount on Regular price)
  • $60 for members of AFP
  • $65 standard
Event Description
Learning Objectives

Participants will…




  • Understand the benefits and uses of logic models to bring down silos

  • Learn how to create, refine, and implement logic models as a team

  • Begin developing a logic model for their programs

Audience

Program staff/managers, EDs, Board Members, Fundraising Staff



Level of Difficulty




Beginner (but important for intermediate or advanced audiences that don’t currently use/implement logic models)


 


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Presenters

Amanda Wallander Roberts, MSSW, Capacity Building Consulting



Amanda Wallander Roberts, MSSW, is the founder and principal consultant at Capacity Building Consulting, which supports social sector organizations in fundraising and evaluation. Amanda has more than ten years of experience working in programs serving children and youth and utilizes this experience to inform her work in fundraising, evaluation, and program development. She has directly worked with more than 60 social organizations to build capacity in fundraising and/or evaluation, including raising over $22 million, developing 50 logic models, evaluation plans, and process maps, and providing coaching for nonprofit leaders. Additionally, one of her community impact evaluations was recently published as a peer-reviewed chapter in “Public Health, Social Work, and Health Inequalities.”





Qualifies for Excellence in Nonprofit Principles and Practices. Completion of a post-training evaluation is required for this training to count toward recognition. 





 





Need to cancel? Please email Amber Coté no fewer than 3 business days prior to the training. Members, please review our Cancellation Policy for more information. 

Event Custom Fields
Training/Event Topic Communications, Evaluation, Fundraising, Leadership, Strategic Planning
Training Medium In Person
Event Region Denver Metro

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