skip to Main Content
Image Of Person In Despair

Failing (and learning) well

Being evaluated is something that requires intestinal fortitude. Why, you ask? Because it requires the courage to ask the question: is my work any good? Is this thing I’ve invested my time, money—and quite possibly my heart into—any good at…

Image Of Hands Holding

Trust me, I’m an evaluator

Research on evaluation use says relationships are key to facilitating the use of research evidence. Negative social climates, coupled with weak relationships constrict the flow of new ideas, we’re told. In contrast, trusting relationships and frequent interactions facilitate the flow…

Back To Top