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Wednesday, September 18 • 1:35pm - 1:40pm
Personality preferences - Implications for influencing evaluation design and utilisation

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Eve Barboza (Wholistic Learning Pty Ltd)

Can the personality preference of the evaluator influence the design and utilisation of evaluation? Can any differences in these personality preferences between evaluator and client / audience of the evaluation explain some of the controversies in evaluation practice? This session explores how personality preferences could be drawn on to inform the design of evaluation and influence the implementation and utilisation of evaluation findings. Drawing on some positive and negative experiences of the presenter we will explore personality preferences as a framework to inform and support your work to improve the design and utilisation of your evaluation projects

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Duncan Rintoul

Director, Rooftop Social
ECB devotee, mentor in the AES group mentoring program, used to be on the AES board, still have heaps to learn. Keeping busy doing research and evaluation and facilitation work in education and justice and sustainability and health and you name it. Looking forward to catching up with... Read More →

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Eve Barboza

Director / Facilitator, Wholsitic Learning
BA Hons, MAPS (Member Australian Psychological Society) CAHRI (Certified Professional Australian Human Resources Institute) and an AES member since 1990. During a career spanning 25 years Eve has developed the knowledge and experience necessary to work as an evaluator, researcher... Read More →

Wednesday September 18, 2019 1:35pm - 1:40pm AEST