InFocus Workshop at FFLV

InFocus Workshop at FFLV

On 16th, 17th and 19th February, 2018 a three day workshop was organized by Dr Damian Hatton, the Managing Director of InFocus again this year. The strategies discussed in last year’s InFocus workshop were implemented successfully which helped FFLV in a great way to achieve the desired results.


This year, we discussed some more strategies and plans to be carried out to improve the end results for the girls. We also developed a few plans to address some focus questions:


“What FFLV should do to improve the end results? What should be done over the coming years to motivate and nurture the staff team? Who can support & sustain the anticipated growth of the charity, to benefit even more children across Vrindavan?”


Over the course of three days, Mr Hatton facilitated a brainstorming session with the FFLV management to answer these questions. The workshop was very productive and gave us all clarity of vision for the coming year. We were able to gauge our goals and the hurdles that stopped us from achieving them. We thank InFocus, for their workshop has greatly benefited FFLV and we look forward to implementing the discussed strategies again this year.


About Dr Damian Hatton

Managing Director / Senior Consultant InFocus

Damian founded InFocus in 2007. He oversees the InFocus consultancy team, leads on business development and marketing and undertakes delivery work, particularly to plan and implement shared measurement and evaluation of collective impact initiatives. His high-level facilitation, training and strategic planning expertise are applied within a wide variety of client projects, utilizing his monitoring, evaluation and research experience across a number of different interest areas. Previous to InFocus, Damian founded Street League, a leading social development programme, working with severely disadvantaged youths and adults across the UK. He originally trained as a medical doctor at University College London Hospital, practicing in both the UK and Australia for 5 years. For more information, visit: