At some point in their careers, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) practitioners will be placed in a position where they have to communicate their work to a group of people. This may be to project staff, policy makers and other stakeholders. Sometimes, the meeting will be comprised of people who are not fully versed with the technical M&E jargon, or to people who may not be receptive to some less-than-positive findings from an evaluation report. Likewise, the group may consist of people with diverse backgrounds and competing interests, yet their consensus is needed.
This is where skills are needed to navigate the group (and power) dynamics to effectively facilitate a meeting that is engaging, elicits participation and produces tangible results.
Register for this course, offered through the CES Ontario Chapter, to improve your skills. The course is highly interactive with role play and simulations on the live Zoom sessions.
The registration deadline is November 16. The course runs November 20, 22 and 24.
For more information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/facilitation-skills-for-monitoring-and-evaluation-me-practitioners-tickets-662540334977