Are you accountable for achieving program goals and outcomes?
Do you coordinate multiple activities to deliver program effectiveness?
Achieving program outcomes through effective program delivery is the principal job of every program administrator. However, that is easier said than done especially in the face of the day-to-day realities of conflicting priorities and urgent demands. A typical program administrator’s day involves staff and budget management, reporting, performance metrics, records management, client communications, information gathering, audit controls and regulatory scope. It is easy to get swamped. The unfortunate outcomes are frequently administrator stress and ineffective results. We need to become effective to take control and do better.
Effective Program Admin was created as a community to share tools, tips and strategies to help program administrators work more effectively, deliver better results, improve outcomes, and gain a level of control and satisfaction that has been escaping you.
I invite you to take a look inside Effective Program Admin and join the conversation.