San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We will start with the basics of Results-Based Accountability with an overview explaining the difference between population level accountability and performance level accountability. We will then take a deep dive into performance management, developing RBA grids for participant programs.
Day 3, Tuesday, October 18th: 9am - 12pm
After two weeks of preparation, teams prepare to start using their data in organizational decision making. The "Turn the Curve" exercise is introduced at the program level. This is a tool-based, hands on workshop introducing the potential of RBA to be used to structure meetings and solve problems.
If you have any questions, please contact Hillary Orsini, Program Manager with Benchmarks for a Better Vermont at email@example.com, or (802) 274-9792. To learn more about RBA, visit the Benchmarks for a Better Vermont website at www.bbvt.marlboro.edu.
The Montshire Museum is generously hosting the event in their nonprofit space.
Parking is free and available onsite.
Kate McGowan, is a Benchmarks Lead Trainer and the Executive Director of the United Way of Addison County. She has worked to successfully integrate RBA into the work of the United Way, and has coached and trained nonprofit organizations throughout Vermont through her involvement with Benchmarks. Kate has attended numerous trainings with Mark Friedman, and was certified as a Results-Based Accountability trainer in 2014.
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Marlboro College Center for New Leadership
The Center for New Leadership at Marlboro College is a community focused on exploring and applying new approaches to leadership. Working with mission-driven individuals, organizations and coalitions, we build leadership capacity through teaching, coaching and consulting.