Facilitation and evaluation by Stephen Lee Hodgkins

  • Group doodling encourages insightful conversations.
  • Creating things together helps build shared understanding.
  • Visual minutes can prevent information overload.
  • Participation and innovation are linked.
  • Good evaluation provides opportunities for learning and change.
  • Doodling helps people maintain attention, understand ideas and retain information.

This site gives some examples my work as a facilitator and evaluator.  I have particular experience of working within community settings where people are the central focus.  

I have completed independent project evaluations for groups requiring these as part of funder requirements. This includes and mid term and end of project reviews as well as an organisational strengths review as part of the big lottery fund reaching communities programme.

I also provide ‘visual minutes’ for meetings and events, by drawing on big bits of paper what people are saying, capturing the mood and themes arising. This results in a large visual summary of the event, and the issues and actions discussed, like a huge doodle or mind map. 

Click here to read client feedback.