Consulting

Designing programs that meet the needs of your clients while within the tight budgetary constrictions of the agency are difficult. Need always outweigh the funding provided and the culture of “do more with less” begins to settle like a heavy weight. We can lose sight of our successes and sometimes forget to use them to design new programs that work and connect to the mission of the organization. By interviewing staff, clients and community members we will design programs, implement feasible benchmarks and help vulnerable people in Oregon have access to programs that work for them.

Outcome Design and Implementation

New and existing programs are increasingly asked to provide logic models and success measures for the work they do in our community. I can work with your staff to review new and existing programs and attach logic models and outcomes to the work in order to increase staff motivation, focus on strengths and promote success to funders and yourBoard (Youth$ave, Aging at Home, etc).

Meeting and Team Facilitation

Outsider help for a retreat or special meeting can make all the difference for planning and team decision-making. Ensuring that staffs’ precious time isn’t wasted and a final action plan is completed makes meetings worth the time. It’s also nice to have the whole team participate in activities, planning and team connection. By allowing me to work with the team and you (the management team) can then participate in the retreat or meeting. I can work with you to design a meaningful (and fun) time for staff that will highlight strengths of the team and provide useful planning for the future.

Manager, Direct Service Staff or Team Development

My work centers on the outcomes, plans, evaluation tools and systems needed for staff to be productive, excited and successful at work. The menu of services can vary greatly based on the agency. I can work with one staff person or a team to provide assistance and guidance to get the most out of each employee or each program.

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