109 S Main St
Waterbury, VT 05676
Hilary Orsini and Kate McGowan are excited to co-facilitate a recently updated two day Results Based Accountability Training this Spring. Both days will introduce RBA tools, tips and concepts while allowing ample time for participants to practice the tools using their own programs and receive feedback on their work.
As in past trainings, content will include understanding and using population data and performance measures, learning about and then applying the process including identifying and prioritizing potential measures, data collection plans, turn the curves for program evaluation and improvement, and how to use RBA to enhance communications with a variety of audiences. We have added additional focus on leading change, overcoming barriers, and the use of RBA in strategic planning and budgeting.
While this training is appropriate for one person from an organization to take, we highly recommend a team approach. We have found the learning is deeper, capacity to implement the work increases and it is more fun! We are now offering significant discounts to organizations who send teams of 2 or 3.
We hope you’ll join us – whether you are approaching this for the first time or well on the RBA journey and are ready for a refresher or dedicated time to tackle a new program we know the time will be well spent!
Dates: Wednesdays, April 18 & May 2 (The time in between will include some homework)
Times: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: St. Andrew Parish Hall, 109 South Main, St. Waterbury, VT
Other: Drinks and snacks will be provided, Bring your own lunch.
General Admission: $160
Marlboro or CNL Alum Pricing: $150
2 attendees from the same organization: $280 (total) – 2nd participant 25% off
3 attendees from the same organization: $390 (total) – 2nd participant 25% off and 3rd participant 30% off
CLICK ON THE “TICKET” LINK ABOVE TO REGISTER TODAY!
Kate McGowan, is a Benchmarks Lead Trainer, Interim Director of Center for New Leadership and the past Executive Director of the United Way of Addison County. She has worked to successfully integrate RBA into the work of the United Way, and has coached and trained nonprofit organizations throughout Vermont through her involvement with Benchmarks. Kate has attended numerous trainings with Mark Friedman, and was certified as a Results-Based Accountability trainer in 2014.
Hillary Orsini, is a Benchmarks Lead Trainer and a Project Manager at Vermont Energy Investment Corporation. She has trained and coached hundreds of organizations across New England in the use of RBA and teaches “Outcomes and Evaluation for Learning Organizations” at Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies. Hillary has presented her work nationally and internationally and is a member of the the Vermont Data Collaborative and the RBA Community of Practice Team.