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Inka Pibilova

Czech Republic

 

Focus: Organisational Development, Planning - Monitoring - Evaluation, Peer Reviews, HR management

 

Contact

Email: inka@evaluace.com

Tel:: +420 732437070

Skype: inka.pibilova

 

Freelancer

Evaluator and Consultant

Member of the International Development Evaluation Association – IDEAS, European Evaluation Society – EES and the Czech Evaluation Society

 

Training can be provided in the following languages

English, Czech (German if agreed in advance)

 

Background

Master of Economics from the University of Economics in Prague, Czech Republic (09/1997 - 01/2004), Master of Advanced Studies in International Management and Organizational Behaviour from the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria (09/2001 - 01/2004); a number of courses on participatory monitoring and evaluation, impact evaluation of social programs, gender-sensitive evaluation etc.

 

Experience

Having gained 14 years of professional experience in Europe, Asia and Africa, both in civil society organisations and in private sector, I am still passionate about development and social issues, though more pragmatic. I have also a broad experience in European DE/AR including managing and evaluating NSALA projects funded by the EC (in Europe and Africa). Clients include the MFA Czech Republic, UNDP / the MFA Slovakia, People In Need, Suedwind Agentur, Intermón Oxfam, Max Havelaar France, ADRA CR, NaZemi, Peuples Solidaires - ActionAid, Polish Green Network, Multicultural Centre Prague, FoRS etc.

 

Training topics

  • Participatory planning, monitoring and evaluation
  • Strategy and organisation development (as a workshop, where e.g. strategy is actually developed)
  • Human resources management and development
  • Peer reviews of organisations and others related to organisational development / effectiveness

 

Training Style

I strongly recommend analysis of training needs first and tailoring any training to the participants. You would be exposed to action learning, based on examples from your own work, group discussions and other methods that cover several learning styles. Implementation of action plans from the trainings and follow-up are crucial – without reflecting lessons learnt in practice, the training would not be successful.

 

Having worked with grass-root organisations in India or Ethiopia as well as with policy makers, I believe that we need to get to basics and make things simple, focusing on what makes sense and what does not. You may check cz.linkedin.com/in/inkapibilova or www.evaluace.com more details about me.

Vienna Head Office, Wilhelminenstr. 91/IIf,

1160 Vienna, Austria,

Tel: + 43-1-319 79 49, Fax: DD 15,

Skype: trialog.office, office@trialog.or.at