About this event
We often find that organisations are successfully collecting and assessing data, but failing to learn and report on their data. Understanding and reporting on your learning and impact is a vital step in the impact cycle. It can be difficult to work out what information is the most helpful for learning and the key things to include in reports. This seminar will explore:
- what data to include in your reporting
- the principles of good impact reporting
- how to turn data into learning
- the benefits of being open and honest in your reporting by sharing your learning when things haven’t gone to plan.
The event will be chaired by Alice Thornton, Head of Learning, Renaisi, and speakers for the event include:
- Claudia Cheung, Data and Impact Manager, Leap Confronting Conflict
- Jenny Turner, Associate Director – Strategy and Insight, CLIC Sargent
- Sarah Handley, Deputy Head of Measurement and Evaluation, NPC
This event is part of our Leading Impact series of seminars. Other dates in the series are:
- Data visualisation: What’s it all about?, 26 February 2019
- Making user involvement work for everyone, 20 March 2019
- How to develop a learning organisation, 30 April 2019
- Creating a strategy in a time of change and upheaval, 18 June 2019
Our annual conference is designed to help charities keep pace with change and anticipate new trends and innovations to ensure their organisations are always maximising their social impact.
The stories charities and social enterprises tell engage, inform and inspire stakeholders. You should think about how you should communicate your impact, and what you should communicate.
This seminar explores how communicating the story of your data can influence how well your audiences engages with the findings, and how much can be learnt from them.
This seminar will address how social sector organisations can approach user involvement in ways that bring benefits to everyone, enhancing the design and delivery of services and strategies.
In this short briefing, we explain why impact reporting can help trustees do their job, and how they can encourage their charities to report on impact. We also outline what good impact reporting looks like so trustees can support the process.
Whether you’re a leader or an evaluation practitioner, it's helpful to know how best you can influence how your colleagues collect, analyse and use data to make decisions.