Executive Leadership Program In Monitoring and Evaluation

Executive Leadership Program In Monitoring and Evaluation For Private and Public Sector

The profession and practice of monitoring and evaluation is still evolving. Experiences and innovation in Africa, including those based on indigenous context and cultures offer significant potential to enhance monitoring and evaluation theory and practice.

Monitoring and Evaluation is a relatively new field that has emerged from a diverse array of applied social sciences. Although it is practice-oriented, there has been a proliferation of programs in monitoring and evaluation that just prescribe to theory than actual practice.

The Executive Leadership Program in Monitoring and Evaluation for Private and Public Sector is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice to inform planning and policy making. It is led by a team of professionals who combine years of extensive practical experience in monitoring and evaluation for development in international institutions as well as African-based organizations. They are rooted in practical experience gained globally and are fully aware of all the theories and practices that have shaped evaluation as a profession.

Who Should Attend?

Parliamentarians, policy makers, public sector directors and managers, M&E professionals and non-professionals, evaluation consultants/practitioners, evaluation steering committee members, and those commissioning evaluations.

Course Objectives

Program Goals

To advance evaluation theory and practice in support of sustained and resilient development for countries and regions in Africa.

Program Purpose

To address gaps in the evaluative capabilities and knowledge of development executives, M&E professionals and non-professionals, policy makers from public and private sector organizations, evaluation consultants/practitioners, evaluation steering committee members, and those commissioning evaluations.

Course Content

The workshop offers an intensive training that will cover the fundamental concepts and tools for monitoring and evaluating public and private sector development programs. The course will include all elements that are needed to design, build, and implement effective monitoring and evaluation plans for organization and institutions in Africa.

Methodology

This course is run in a workshop-style using classroom lectures and executive learning methodologies including group work and individual project development. Workshops provide a space for participants to learn from each other by sharing knowledge and experiences, and for each individual to develop an action plan for the institutionalization of monitoring and evaluation for their organization and institutions with follow-up coaching provided on an individual basis.

Registration and Inquiries

Participants are expected to meet all costs related to the program. ICED also offer tailor made courses for in-house training to meet specific organizational needs. For more information, contact us on info@iced-eval.org.

Meet the Facilitators

Dr David S Ameyaw is the President and CEO of ICED based in Nairobi and team leader. David has over 25 years of experience in leadership and practical experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and learning. He has served as the Director of Strategy, Monitoring and Evaluation at The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) based in Nairobi, Kenya. He has also served as the Senior Director for Monitoring and Evaluation at the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), Washington DC, as well as the Director for Monitoring and Evaluation and Acting Director and Food Security Specialist for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Headquarters in Silver Springs, Maryland, US. He is a Board Member of the Agriculture Technology Adoption Initiative (ATAI), The Chair of the Advisory Board of The Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL) was funded with DFID to develop and test innovative approaches to impact evaluation and evidence synthesis in low-income countries, and a member of the Board of Directors of Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Assets and Market Access that operates in support of the United States Agency for International Development’s Bureau for Food Security.

Enosh Bolo is the Vice President, Operations, Strategy & Transformation at the International Centre for Evaluation and Development (ICED). He has 20 years of experience in Organizational Development, Public Sector Reforms; Transformational Leadership & Governance; Programme Design & Evaluations and HR Advisory. He has been instrumental in facilitating major change management interventions involving Organizational Restructuring & Job Evaluations, Business Process Reengineering, Strategic Planning, organizational capacity assessments, organizational transformations, policy development; training and capacity building in public and private sector; development organizations and CSOs.

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