Your free Evaluation  Success Guide
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Your free Evaluation Success Guide

Learn what makes an effective evaluation.

Having the confidence to design surveys, collect and analyse data and report outcomes is essential for organisations. Evaluation can be used for an endless range of purposes, such as applying for funding, assessing the cultural impact of an event or engaging stakeholders. But, jumping into the world of data collection and analytics can be incredibly intimidating!

For those who are new to surveys, there may be some misconceptions about what constitutes an effective evaluation.

It is not necessarily about the volume of the information collected, it is about the quality of the information and the insights you can gain from it. Even a small sample size can provide insight into how people feel about your organisation or event if you ask the right questions.

This guide will take you through some of the important steps of evaluating, to help you gain confidence in measuring your impact. We will touch on the following points:

  • Planning
  • Consistency
  • Collecting feedback
  • Gaining valuable insights
  • Communicating your value
About the author
Shelley Timms is a Client Manager at Culture Counts.