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What is your struggle?
Over the years I have asked a lot of evaluators about their biggest reporting struggles. And the responses I get are fairly common.
"I want to make evaluation results engaging, easy to understand, and actionable."
"I want to make evaluation results look more interesting."
"I want to make complex ideas easier to understand."
"I want ensure that results are accessible and meaningful for a range of community members."
Creating reports is easy.
Creating engaging, interesting, understandable, accessible, and meaningful reports...that takes a little more work.
Before I was a professional information designer.
My name is Chris Lysy, and for a living I consult with NGOs, government agencies, universities, public health institutes, and large non-profits as a professional information designer. I design infographics, cartoons, dashboards, websites, digital media campaigns, and communities of practice. I also help these organizations train up their staff.
But before all of that, at the beginning of my career, I was just a data guy working professionally as a researcher and evaluator. I found myself disillusioned with the way we report our work. That disillusionment launched my cartooning career.
It was through cartooning that I started to discover that people were not disinterested in WHAT we were sharing. They were disinterested in HOW we were sharing.
You can create ENGAGING reports too.
Two things I know.
So what does that mean for reporting?
If you want to engage an audience, you might need to change the way you report. I can teach you how.
Join the workshop.
It’s always open.
Oh, and we'll also have fun while we're at it.
"The best thing about this group is meeting other people with a similar interest in using data for quality improvement but with expertise and insight from different fields!"
- Joanna Prout, PhD, Psychologist and Evaluator
What is included.
This program is anchored by live group coaching sessions, but it includes so much more than just that.
1- Live Group Coaching Sessions
2- Recorded Coaching Sessions
3- Practice Activities, Short Lessons, and Inspiration
4- Self-paced Courses
"Chris has the uncanny ability to connect data with emotional persuasion. He helped me see data as the emotional catalyst that drives positive change. Working with social impact leaders who need to bring people together quickly and for a singular purpose, I'm better able to help them use data and emotion for decision making."
- Paul Mosca, MA, Social Entrepreneur
Chris Lysy is a professional information designer.
Chris consults with NGOs, government agencies, universities, public health institutes, and large non-profits designing infographics, dashboards, websites, digital media campaigns, communities of practice, and cartoons.