Professional development workshops
Consulting Skills for Evaluators: Getting Started (09) [EN]
Gail V. Barrington, Barrington Research Group
May 11, 2008, 9:00am - 4:00pm - Introduction - 25 seats
This interactive full-day workshop is designed for evaluators who are thinking about becoming independent consultants or who have recently begun their consulting practice. The workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to explore some critical consulting topics. They will see if they have the skills and characteristics required to be a successful consultant. Marketing, proposal writing, and building client relationships will be discussed and many practical tips and examples will be shared. Important management topics including managing finances, ethical issues, and legal structures will be discussed. Opportunities will be provided throughout the day for participants to work both independently and with colleagues to problem solve and to develop an agenda for action. At the end of the workshop, a round-up session will address other participant issues as time permits.
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