Join Drusilla Roessle for this RBA-focused session on day 2 (8/11) of Nonprofit Summer Camp!
Many of our experiences in mission-driven organizations are that we are aspirational, clear on values and theories of change, but often feel stuck or trapped by something elusive – our own structures and systems. This workshop engages participants in dialogue about one central question: “how can my organization embody the outcomes we are working to realize?” Together, we’ll dig into how our real and current experiences in organizational behavior patterns can be one of our most helpful guides in transforming them. We’ll explore how Results-Based Accountability as a methodology can be used to deepen organizational development and accountability work in a way that builds relationship, trust, creativity, and efficacy. I’ll start us off with some common language and ideas at the beginning, and then I’ll offer some prompts to guide whole-group dialogue. Can’t wait to see you there!
About the Trainer: Drusilla Roessle
Dru offers facilitation and consulting services as the Plan Do Club, LLC., based in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. Dru has worked for eight years with the Vermont Agency of Human Services as the Director of Performance Improvement to embed a culture of outcomes-oriented accountability and learning across and within six health and human services departments. Dru is a certified master trainer in Results-Based Accountability and supports strategic planning, systems reform, and communities of practice. She works with policy makers, planners, program managers, and community partners to drive a culture of shared accountability practices in Vermont. Prior to her work with the Agency of Human Services, she worked in Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin’s Office.
Drusilla Roessle lives in Danville, Vermont (after many years in Burlington). Dru serves as vice-chair on the Vermont Women’s Fund Council and on the board of Umbrella. Dru graduated from the University of Vermont in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Women’s and Gender Studies, received a Professional Certificate in Restorative Justice at the Vermont Law School, and is working toward a master’s degree in Leadership for Sustainability at the University of Vermont Rubenstein School.