26 Function 5. Actively practise evaluation to improve the quality of the youth work conducted • Involve young people in planning and organising evaluation: a) identifying inclusive evaluation approaches, b) having the skills for democratic leadership, active listening, process management, group management, research techniques. • Plan and apply a range of participatory methods of evaluation: a) having knowledge of inclusive evaluation approaches, b) applying participatory methods and democratic leadership, facilitating, c) showing openness to constructive criticism and feedback. • Use the results of evaluation for the improvement of their practice: a) evaluating, b) being open to constructive criticism and feedback, adapting to new/unforeseen situations, showing personal initiative. • Stay up to date on the latest youth research on the situation and needs of the young people: a) recognising youth research approaches, actors and sources, b) analysing and managing information, c) showing personal initiative. Function 6. Support collective learning in team • Actively evaluate teamwork with colleagues and use the results to improve effectiveness: a) recognising teamwork and how people learn in teams, b) evaluating, co-operating, communicating, building partnership, c) showing trust, openness to the views of others, self-management, personal initiative, openness to constructive criticism, adapting to unforeseen changes, orienting yourself towards the common good. • Seek and give feedback about teamwork: a) providing feedback, actively listening, transforming conflict, mediating, b) being constructive, ready to challenge colleagues and be challenged, showing curiosity and trust. • Share relevant information and practices in youth work with colleagues: a) having communication and information management skills, b) showing solidarity, willingness to share resources. Function 7. Contribute to the development of their organisation and to making policies/programmes work better for young people • Actively involve young people in shaping their organisation’s policies and programmes: a) having knowledge of organisational management and development, policies and programmes of the organisation, b) applying needs analysis, democratic