Write Process and Outcome Objectives
Write process objectives for each of the activities you develop.
This does not need to be a complicated process, but it is important so you
know what each activity should accomplish. For example: in the next eight weeks
two meetings will
be scheduled with each legislator who currently opposes the bill providing tax
incentives to grocery stores who locate in low-income neighborhoods. As you write these objectives,
make sure you'll be able
to recognize success.
Need to Review? See Phase 3: Write Behavioral Objectives.
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