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Exploring How Values, Identity and Gender Influence Evaluator Approach and Role. AEA Values. Systematic Inquiry Competence Integrity/ Honesty. conduct systematic, data-based inquiries about whatever is being evaluated. provide competent performance to stakeholders.

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aea values
AEA Values

Systematic Inquiry

Competence

Integrity/ Honesty

  • conduct systematic, data-based inquiries about whatever is being evaluated.
  • provide competent performance to stakeholders.
  • ensure the honesty and integrity of the entire evaluation process.
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AEA Values

Respect for People

Responsibilities for General and Public Welfare

  • respect the security, dignity and self-worth of the respondents, program participants, clients, and other stakeholders with whom they interact.
  • articulate and take into account the diversity of interests and values that may be related to the general and public welfare.
aea cultural competency statement
AEA Cultural Competency Statement
  • Culture is central to economic, political, and social systems as well as individual identity. Thus, all evaluation reflects culturally influenced norms, values, and ways of knowing—making cultural competence integral to ethical, high-quality evaluation.
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AEA Cultural Competency Statement

2. Given the diversity of cultures within the United States, cultural competence is fluid. An evaluator who is well prepared to work with a particular community is not necessarily competent in another.

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AEA Cultural Competency Statement

3.Cultural competence in evaluation requires that evaluators maintain a high degree of self-awareness and self-examination to better understand how their own backgrounds and other life experiences serve as assets or limitations in the conduct of an evaluation.

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AEA Cultural Competency Statement

4. Culture has implications for all phases of evaluation—including staffing, development, and implementation of evaluation efforts as well as communicating and using evaluation results

jdcp values
jdcP Values

Our clients engage in important work of creating positive social change; our role is to contribute to their continued success.

Our clients are our partners in our work together.

A healthy and strong organization is one that values its staff and partners.

Values, assumptions and decision-making processes must be clearly articulated to team members.

Transparency supports meaningful communication; it builds collaboration and momentum in support of the mission.

individual reflection
Individual Reflection

How does it affect my professional interactions and endeavors?

Are their stereotypes or external perceptions that influence my work?

What are your professional aspirations?

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Group Discussion

Implications for practice?

When values are aligned, what do you notice?

When they are not aligned, how do you address?