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Wednesday, September 18 • 1:50pm - 1:55pm
Getting past the imposter syndrome: you don't have to be an expert to help build evaluation capacity in your organisation.

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Margaret Moon (SafeWork NSW)

If you're new to evaluation you might feel like an imposter at least some of the time. You get appointed to a new role with "evaluation" in the title and suddenly you're expected to be an expert!

This can be daunting.

But many of the skills and qualities that evaluators need are transferable. For example, a good evaluator needs the right mindset and a positive attitude, good critical thinking skills and penchant for asking lots of questions. These are excellent foundational skills.

This presentation will help emerging evaluators identify their strengths and feel more confident in building evaluation capacity.


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Duncan Rintoul

Director, Rooftop Social

Presenters
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Margaret Moon

Senior Project Officer, SafeWork NSW
I manage the evaluation program at SafeWork NSW. This involves commissioning evaluations of programs designed to improve safety in NSW and building evaluation capacity across the organisation. I have previously worked as a film editor at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, as... Read More →


Wednesday September 18, 2019 1:50pm - 1:55pm AEST
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