Meaningful & Manageable Outcome Measurement

Date: Monday, June 5, 2017
Time: 9 am-12 noon
Presenter: Laurel Molloy, MPA
Audience: Executive Directors, Senior Managers, Development Staff
Location: Worcester Historical Museum, Fletcher Auditorium
Fee: $40; Breakfast included
To Register: Submit the form no later than Friday, June 2. You will receive an email confirmation
Cancellation Policy: Because we incur costs and may be unable to fill your seat, refunds will not be made for cancellations received within 48 hours of the session, and outstanding payment will be due in full. We appreciate your understanding.

An organization’s ability to understand, measure and communicate about its impact is more important than ever. Funding and internal decision-making depend on it, yet many nonprofits still struggle with their outcomes measurement. Struggle no more! This interactive half-day workshop will cover what outcome measurement is and isn’t and offers practical steps for immediate implementation. Participants will walk away knowing how to;
  • Map out the connection between your clients’ needs, program offerings, and desired outcomes 
  • Identify priority data points, and the best way to track them
  • Regularly review and communicate about your results with internal and external stakeholders

  • Laurel Molloy helps organizations clarify their outcomes, and the steps needed to measure, share and learn from them. She founded Innovations Quantified (IQ) in 1999, and has since provided training and consulting to hundreds of nonprofits and grantmakers throughout the US and internationally. She holds an MPA in Nonprofit Management from NYU, and a BA in Sociology and Women’s Studies from the College of the Holy Cross. She also authored the widely-utilized instructional guidebook, Finally – Outcome Measurement Strategies Anyone Can Understand.
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