Good learning is key to getting evaluation findings used in a way that improves decisions and increases impact, but it is hard to do. Led by Kelci Price of The Colorado Health Foundation, this session will explore Emergent Learning, one approach to creating powerful learning conversations that produce actionable insights people can use in their work. You’ll discover some powerful tools to reflect on a program's activity, unpack insights about a big strategy, or explore ways to navigate an upcoming organizational change…or pretty much anything else. We’ll explore how a learning practice can complement evaluation work, and how it can happen in evidence-informed ways when there is no evaluation.
This event will be held virtually and hosted by the Evaluation Association of St. Louis (EASL) as a part of a Speaker Exchange with COEN. Registration is free for COEN members using the registration code sent to members via email and $10 for the public. If you have questions or are unable to locate this code, please contact COEN Program Committee Co-Chair: Anna Van Slyke (firstname.lastname@example.org).