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Work with Nicole: Design Services

When you build on a strong foundation, you set yourself up for lasting impact. Learning about your audience’s hopes and challenges, developing those insights into a solution based on their needs, challenges and resiliency , brainstorming multiple ideas to solve their problems to pull out a possible solution, and sharing this for feedback using evaluative thinking and evidence can lead to creating impactful programs, services, campaigns, and workshops.

Commonly used in the business world, the design thinking process is a human-centered problem-solving process that emphasizes empathy, collaboration, and creativity. When it’s used within the context of designing  a program, service, workshop, or campaign, it serves as a blueprint so that, if you were to take the same program and place it in another community, others will achieve the same results.

When you design a program, service, workshop, or campaign, you usually have an idea of the impact you want to have. But does it speak to a genuine need of your community? Does it provide a solution to a problem your participants and community members are facing? can you pivot quickly based on feedback that can result in meaningful change over time?

In other words, it doesn’t pay to create a program or service because it sounds like a good idea or it’s the new “it” thing at the moment. 

Focusing on key learning styles and learning principles, Nicole Clark Consulting collaborates with nonprofits, community groups, and agencies, to design programs, services, workshops and campaigns that are human-centered,  gender-affirming and culturally-relevant.  When you are invested in this process, the energy carries onward, and the drives the success of program, service, workshop or campaign.

With Nicole Clark Consulting, your organization can:

  • Take the guess work out of determining the intended goals of your program, service, workshop or campaign
  • Develop innovative solutions to the problems your audience is facing based on empathy, collaboration, and innovation
  • Develop the ability to pivot quickly to improve your program, service, workshop or campaign through collaborative evaluation techniques
  • Receive assistance in a smooth transition from developing random programs, services, workshops and campaigns to creating focused, driven solutions  that help to raise the voices of women and girls of color.

Ready to design your program, service, workshop, or campaign (or pivot to improve one you already have?) Share more with Nicole.