Metaevaluation of a Global Leadership Coaching Program
The Global Leadership Coaching Program underscores the need to develop strategies for supporting and retaining leadership talent in the nonprofit sector. International executive directors (EDs) are called upon to be strong managers, strategic thinkers, reflective philosophers, successful fundraisers and public speakers, and inspirational leaders. While coaching has grown as a professional development resource in a global context, nonprofit leaders and staff have only recently come to realize the benefits of coaching for learning to cope with the multiple challenges and stresses of international leadership. A metaevaluation was completed using The Program Evaluation Standards developed by The Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation. Accordingly, the metaevaluation team determined how well the standards where met in the categories of utility, feasibility, propriety, and accuracy. Findings and implications are presented based on the analysis of this program.
||Coaching, Evaluation, Global Leadership, Metaevaluation
Global Studies Journal, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.71-87.
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Instructor, Department of Adult, Career, and Higher Education, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA
Arthur Ray McCrory is an instructor in Adult, Career, and Higher Education at University of South Florida. He lived and worked abroad for over thirteen years as a project manager, language instructor, and cross-cultural communications coach. Ray is a returned Peace Corps volunteer, having working in community development, teacher training programs, and USAID-funded international development projects. He also taught in Dresden, Germany where he quickly established his own language and communications coaching clientele.
Faculty Member, Department of Educational Measurement and Research, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA
Dr. Liliana Rodríguez-Campos is an Evaluation Professor and the Director of the Center for Research, Evaluation, Assessment and Measurement at the University of South Florida. Among other achievements, she received the American Evaluation Association’s Marcia Guttentag Award. Liliana is nationally and internationally recognized for her evaluation model. During her evaluation career, she has been working on publications and presentations, with an emphasis in collaborative evaluation, including her book Collaborative Evaluations: A Step-by-Step Model for the Evaluator (available in English and Spanish). Her professional interests focus on collaborative evaluation, multi-cultural and international evaluation capacity building, metaevaluation, and project management.
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