As evaluators, we think a lot about learning. Good learning is key to getting evaluation findings used in a way that improves decisions and increases impact. And good learning can happen when there is no evaluation, using evidence from practice. But good learning is hard to do. This community of practice will explore one approach to creating powerful learning conversations that produces actionable insights people can actually use in their work.
We will take a tour of a specific learning practice - Emergent Learning (EL) - and you’ll discover some powerful tools you can use immediately. These tools scale in infinite ways – use them to reflect on a program activity, unpack insights about a big strategy, or explore ways to navigate an upcoming organizational change…or pretty much anything else. As a group, we’ll talk about how a learning practice can complement evaluation work, and how it can happen in evidence-informed ways when evaluation isn’t part of the plan. Join us to discover insights and tools that can help you create a powerful learning practice!
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