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Fellow evaluators and evaluation supporters: This week, EnCompass team members are at the American Evaluation Association’s conference in Minneapolis. Follow us at @EnCompass_World or the conference hashtag #Eval19 for live updates, photos, and quotes from these...read more
EnCompass’ own Beeta Tahmassebi has been chosen as Washington Evaluators’ 2020 President-Elect. Ms. Tahmassebi has served on the Washington Evaluators board for the past year as treasurer. And, as Director of Operations for The Evaluators’ Institute, she has worked...read more
This post was written by Zene Mesfin, Jaime Jarvis, and Lyn Messner for the Feed the Future Advancing Women’s Empowerment (AWE) Program. It was originally posted on Agrilinks.org as part of a month-long thematic focus on gender dimensions in agriculture. “I don’t...read more
Members of EnCompass’ evaluation team are gearing up for the American Evaluation Association (AEA) Evaluation 2019 conference, occurring November 11–16. This year’s conference holds special significance for us, as our CEO/CFO, Tessie Catsambas, is also the current AEA...read more
New Resource on Continuous Quality Improvement for HIV Prevention: An AIDSFree Case Study from Malawi
This post is by John Byabagambi, who was EnCompass' Regional Senior Quality Improvement Advisor for AIDSFree, providing programmatic technical support to AIDSFree-supported implementing partners in Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, and Uganda. Photo at...read more
EnCompass is proud to introduce an exciting new project, as part of our organizational commitment to strengthening organizations’ and individuals’ capacity to use evidence to address the challenges of tomorrow. Learn about the newly launched EnCompass Learning Center (ELC)!read more
This article was originally posted by EducationLinks on September 25, 2019. The webinar and portal listed at the end of the article were developed and facilitated by the USAID Office of Education’s Data and Evidence for Education Programs (DEEP) activity,...read more
This October, the Feed the Future Advancing Women’s Empowerment Program is proud be working with Agrilinks to raise awareness of gender dimensions in agriculture, with a special emphasis on gender-based violence prevention and response. This post kicks off the month.read more
International Democracy Day reminds us, in the words of USAID Administrator Mark Green, that “advancing fundamental freedoms, promoting democracy, and strengthening human rights reflect the best of who we are.” As we honor #DemocracyDay this September, EnCompass is also celebrating one year of work with USAID’s DRG Center.read more
The latest newsletter from the Feed the Future Advancing Women’s Empowerment (AWE) Program commemorates International Youth Day with resources and lessons for agricultural programs. Check out the feature article, "Inclusion is a Win-Win," to learn about inclusive...read more
Who Is Your Most Important Constituency?
In this final installment in our “Everyday Leadership with GHPOD II” series, GHPOD II Director Bob Rice shares his thoughts on a key competency of effective leadership—supporting your most important constituency. When have you felt inspired by a leader—or inspired to be a better leader?read more
This article was originally posted on the Small Business Association for International Companies (SBAIC) website and disseminated in the August 2019 Newsletter. Trafficking in persons is a form of modern slavery—a crime that affects victims of all ages, ethnicities,...read more
Managing Up: You Have a Role in Making This Relationship Work
By Katie Hortenstine and Andrea Brazell with Illustrations by Zeyna Anderson
What does personal leadership look like for you, whether you call it managing up or something else?read more
In this second installment of our “Everyday Leadership with GHPOD II” series, Salma Howeedy offers practical advice for leading teams in a virtual workspace. The GHPOD II team works around the globe, offering training and coaching on topics like those featured in this series.read more
How to Take Small, Creative Actions to Express Leadership.
By Mike Myers, with Ashley Whittington (sounding board and editor) and Zeyna Anderson (illustrations).
The GHPOD II team works around the globe, offering training and coaching on topics like those featured in this series.read more