Whether you'd like to find out more about the basics of OD, access some common Leadership and Development sessions, or even access some tools to help you evaluate your programmes, this page will have the resources you need.
To evaluate your shorter-term programmes of work/interventions, we recommend using the Kirk-Patrick Model.
Kirkpatrick's four levels of evaluation are explained in this MindTools article, which also provides some sample questions which can be used for each stage.
To evaluate your long-term programme of work/intervention, we have designed a three phase process from beginning to end.
As part of the initial planning stage, the start-up stage is designed to identify any areas of concern in the design of the programme. This includes thinking about whether the target audience will need, understand and accept programme elements. Our sample start-up template could be used to gain insight into these aspects.
This phase should be carried out following the programme launch, designed to assess the initial impact of the programme. The effectiveness of the programme will be assessed, as well as the economic aspects of the programme. This phase can be assessed using our implementation template.
Once the project has come to an end (for longer term programmes, this may be used after your role in the programme has come to an end), this phase can assess the overall impact and effectiveness of the programme on the target audience. This is done using participant voice, case studies and by measuring the change achieved. Our sample project close template can be used as step-by-step guide to this phase.