Most of my ILC deliverables are posted here. I am currently gathering evals from entrepreneurial public administrators and procrastinating heavily on the HSR application.
I aim to gather quantitative and qualitative data on HEEL ME's mission and outcomes. The survey can be a statistically significant and preemptive measure of mission drift, so I can decide if my next social entrepreneurship venture belongs under the umbrella of HEEL ME or is its own creative storm. Friends, family, stakeholders, and strangers alike are invited to participate in the survey. The interviews, however, are only for past and present clients of HEEL ME, so I can measure HEEL ME's outcomes based on advice from Clegg and Smart's (2010) report. In order to gather qualitative data on "the extent to which a program has achieved its intended results" (Clegg & Smart, p. 6), I'll ask these clients three simple questions about what (if anything) has changed in their lives as a result of HEEL ME's programs.
Here's how I'm arranging the survey (in my head, at least). First, I'll state HEEL ME's mission ("to invite reflective help and healing for pets, people, and policy") and define key terms (healing, policy, etc.). Next, I'll provide a specific list of training, coaching, and consulting programs that I have offered through HEEL ME. Using a Likert scale, participants will rank each program in terms of its perceived alignment to HEEL ME's mission (1 = least aligned, 5 = most aligned). Finally, I'll provide a list of programs that I want to offer in the future (craniosacral therapy, blogging, summer camp, etc.). Again, using the same Likert scale, participants will rank each proposed program in terms of its perceived alignment to HEEL ME's mission.
(that's plural to include the Roxaroni)