Join Imagine Canada's Partners in Change network for an interactive evening dedicated to helping you articulate your charity's mission and impact.
Turn your impact statement into a pot of gold! Evaluation consultants Ben Liadsky and Andrew Taylor will breakdown what we’re really talking about when we talk about impact; and Linda Morgan, a Change Adoption Specialist at Shopify, will facilitate a networking session to help you clarify and refine your impact statement.
You'll also get a sneak peak of the findings from Imagine Canada's national State of Evaluation report detailing evaluation trends in the sector.
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When: Wednesday, March 13th. 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Where: WeWork, 1 University Ave, 3rd Floor, Toronto, M5J 2P1
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ShamROCK Your Impact Statement
Linda Morgan, MA, CTDP, HSDP describes herself and a lifelong learner, teacher and people advocate.
Her studies have led her to complete a Masters degree at age 40, to continue her studies as an Organizational Relational Systems Coach and to take endless French classes in the hopes of one day becoming bilingual.
Being a people advocate has become the foundation of her practice that touches on culture transformation, large-scale complex change, teaming, stakeholder/employee engagement, and organization design. For over 15 years, she has been Managing Partner of The Clic Effect, has worked with Manulife as Director of Change Management and Organization Design for North America and is currently Change Adoption Specialist at Shopify.
Her commitment to sharing her knowledge and experience finds her teaching at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University Executive Education, Emerging Health Leaders and MBA programs and speaking at the Conference Board of Canada, the Human Resources Professional Association, Your Workplace, and the Institute of Performance and Learning National conferences on topics ranging from culture transformation to integrating agile teams into traditional organizations.
Ben Liadsky is the Program Officer at The Counselling Foundation of Canada, an evaluation consultant with Taylor Newberry Consulting, and an instructor for Carleton University’s Master of Philanthropic and Nonprofit Leadership’s Policy and Program Evaluation course. In addition, Ben has spent more than eight years in the nonprofit sector working in a variety of roles from evaluation to program management to communications. Today, Ben spends a lot of time thinking about how organizations can make the most of evaluation for learning and action.
Andrew Taylor, PhD, is co-owner of Taylor Newberry Consulting (TNC), a company based in Guelph that specializes in helping non-profit groups make better use of research evidence. He is a program evaluation consultant with more than 20 years’ experience and has worked with a wide range of government departments, social service agencies, grassroots groups and foundations on program evaluation projects. TNC’s approach to program evaluation employs a participatory, developmental approach and focuses on generating practical, useful information that can inform action. Andrew is also an Adjunct Faculty Member in the Department of Psychology at the University of Guelph, where he teaches program evaluation, and Resident Evaluation Expert at the Ontario Nonprofit Network.