Are you stumped about how to define, track, and report your organization’s success?
Are you having a hard time thinking through what you need to do next within your organization or community?
Are you struggling with figuring out how to effectively engage people and make the meetings you lead be more productive and engaging?
I provide individualized coaching focused on evaluation, facilitation, and planning that can move you forward quickly and productively. I can work with you in person, over the phone, or using other technologies that allow us to share screens and get to the nitty gritty of what you are struggling with.
Coaching foci can include (but are not limited to):
Participatory meeting facilitation and engagement
Creative documentation of meetings
Collective decision making methods
Strategizing made simple
Performance measurement and evaluative thinking
Choosing, developing, collecting, and analyzing metrics
Effective reporting of data
What Clients Say
“My experience working with Alissa as a coach has been invaluable. She gives incredibly constructive and practical feedback that is always underlined with support and guidance. I have experienced tremendous professional growth as a result of my work with Alissa.”
“Alissa has been a great support to our efforts in program evaluation. She has a knack for pinpointing our needs, and provides valuable feedback on our data gathering efforts that has resulted in significant improvement with our analysis efforts. I’d recommend her highly.”
What Clients Say
“I am looking forward to having you continue to support me by asking some of your AMAZING questions and keeping me on task…. I am still reeling in excitement about our conversation yesterday…. My mood lifted after we spoke. You are amazing!”
Get Started with Solid Fire
Alissa Schwartz, MSW, PhD creates and provides earthy, pragmatic, and engaging solutions to complex organizational challenges. Her core practices consist of participatory facilitation, evaluation, planning, and design. She works with nonprofits, philanthropies, and social change communities that are fired up with the passion of their cause.
Cycling Among Generativity, Immobility, Self-Care, and Social Engagement: Finding Your Transformative Point
Wednesday, March 28th, 2018
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