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Case study: Consultation and involvement: Using staff experience to inform evaluation systems

Last Updated: Tuesday 21 November 2017

This case study is about the importance of consulting staff at all levels to improve the evaluation systems of an organisation.

Read it if you want to embed evaluation across your organisation. You may be managing or leading this process or frontline staff or volunteer who is part of the process.  

It will tell you how to involve staff in a champions group to make sure your evaluation plans will work across diverse services.