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Ethical Dilemmas in Evaluation: Transparency, Accuracy, and Honesty in a Changing Environment

 

​Friday, July 25, 2014
Preferred registration deadline: July 18th

1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

3 CEUs

Leslie Scheuler, PhD
Adjunct Faculty, Brown School
Director of Impact Evaluation, The Mission Center, L3C

The economic and political environment in which nonprofits operate has changed rapidly and continues to shift. When competition for scarce resources is intense, expectations for program success run high. This workshop addresses current needs and strategies for transparent, accurate, and honest reporting on program process and outcomes, and why a balanced examination of strengths and weaknesses is more important now than ever before. Relevant portions of the NASW and AEA codes of ethics will be our guideposts for this exploration. Class size is limited to 24.

Note: This workshop meets the state requirement of 3 hours of ethics continuing education per licensure period.

This workshop is full. No further registrations are possible.

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