Rachel Lipton - October 3, 2019
Welcome to our blog post series, Conversations with Courageous Changemakers, where we interview inspiring social justice leaders. In this series, we invite people that inspire us to share their stories - their career and leadership journeys, how they incorporate equity into their work, and what motivates them to sustain the work. In each post, we will focus on a leader in an issue area we care about. We hope these conversations provoke your thinking and inspire your work! We are honored to highlight Mordy for our inaugural post of Conversations with Courageous Changemakers.
Nancy Latham - September 24, 2019
People power is a critical ingredient in advocacy success, so advocacy evaluators would do well to have a deep understanding of what it is, and how it can best be activated. Read what one advocacy evaluator at LFA has learned about people power – not from evaluating it, but from trying to build it.
Sarah Illing - August 5, 2019
We revisit LFA’s series of Equity Checklists and one tool that evaluators can use to design equitable evaluations from the start.
Nancy Latham - June 7, 2019
If you run an advocacy campaign, you definitely have ideas about the ways it’s making progress. You can see the stumbling blocks, and you may be able to point to dramatic and obvious success. If you are documenting and reflecting on all this, you are also engaging in evaluation and learning – even if you don’t call it that! But along the way, chances are you have bumped up against questions. Explore this blog to find out more.
Rachel Lipton - May 14, 2019
Individual and organizational learning is crucial to the sustainability and effectiveness of the social sector (and in life!). This post explores how coaching can be a powerful tool for learning by supporting individual and organizational growth.
Katie McGeehan - April 25, 2019
LFA is pleased to share the Leadership Development Guide – a resource on developing, implementing, assessing, and enhancing leadership development programs produced by two of our clients, The Schusterman Family Foundation and Rockwood Leadership Institute. The guide is informed by insights developed from program evaluations conducted through each organization’s strategic learning partnership with LFA, and provides practical advice for organizations interested in strengthening their leadership development programs.
The Learning Curve blog provides practical insights, resources, and tools from LFA's team and client partnerships. Our goals are to:
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