Logic models and theories of change can be powerful tools to illustrate your organization’s work. They can help your funders, board members, and staff better understand the impact, outcomes, and reach of your programs. Yet, many of us don’t make use of these tools in our program design, execution or communication. Does your organization use a logic model but you don’t know how to incorporate it into your work? How might you create a Theory of Change that clearly communicates and measures your organization’s impact? Together with your colleagues, join us to gather the foundational knowledge to create or enhance your organizational Theory of Change or program Logic Model.
What | A 90-minute workshop, co-facilitated by Zafreen Jaffery, Vice President of Research, Evaluation, and Learning at Third Plateau and Elena Chernock, Researcher on the Jewish Community Impact Team at Third Plateau.
When | Thursday, September 22 11:00am-12:30pm CT
Who Is It For | All Jewish Communal Professionals in Chicagoland
Session Structure | Informational lecture, and small and large group discussions. We strongly suggest that you come with at least one or two colleagues from your organization to work collaboratively in breakout sessions.