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Whole-Hearted Interpersonal Practices: Bringing Our Values to Work

  • 25 Aug 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Webinar
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Whole-Hearted Interpersonal Practices: Bringing Our Values to Work

Whether we are conscious of them or not, our values are made manifest in our evaluation work. When we live and work out of alignment with our values we may do harm to our self and others. One path to resolving this conflict is to bring a sense of clarity and purpose to our own values. Through an intentional practice of identifying the values we hold most dear we can begin to identify where we are in or out of alignment. In this one-hour workshop we will explore the power of intention setting through identifying our values. 

What to expect:

  • Understanding intention setting as one of the Whole-Hearted Interpersonal Practices

  • A practice for clarifying and operationalizing our values

  • Small group discussion on bringing our values to work

Presenters: Libby Smith & Dana Wanzer teach in the MS Applied Psychology program at the University of Wisconsin-Stout which is located on the Anishinaabe land currently known as Menomonie, WI. Both are members of MNEA.

Libby Smith (she/they) is an organizational healing facilitator, as an experienced and holistic evaluator and educator she excels at the human component of research and evaluation. Their work focuses on building equity and accessibility through personal growth & embodiment practices. She is an American Evaluation Association Board member, practices evaluation for Catalyst at UW-Stout, and is an auntie to 10 year old twin girls.


Dana Linnell Wanzer
(she/her) is an assistant professor of psychology in evaluation research. She researches the practice and profession of evaluation, evaluates youth programs, and teaches courses on evaluation, statistics, and psychology. Dana recently taught a course on interpersonal effectiveness for graduate students in the evaluation concentration at UW-Stout, which reinforced her belief that interpersonal skills should be explicitly taught to evaluation students.

This webinar will help develop your evaluator competencies in the areas of:

5.0 INTERPERSONAL DOMAIN—focuses on human relations and social interactions that ground evaluator effectiveness for professional practice throughout the evaluation. Interpersonal skills include cultural competence, communication, facilitation, and conflict resolution.

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