November 16 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am EST
Financial literacy and well-being efforts are often born out of passion, developed quickly, and deployed with an optimistic view of what lies ahead. This activation method of programming is encouraging and reflects the passion and urgency of what we as practitioners are trying to accomplish. Regrettably, the data has shown that most financial literacy and well-being efforts fail to produce lasting behavioral outcomes.
This presentation aims to give you the tools and thinking processes so that your programs are successful, scalable, measurable, and produce impacts beyond the knowledge-based basics.
– Participants will gain an understanding of the importance of program design efforts based on affective domain learning objectives
– Participants will gain familiarity with the methods and processes necessary to achieve institutional buy-in
– Participants will be able to develop an Organizational Needs Assessment and proposal that will shape program design and acceptance.