Social Impact Measurement
Many of our clients provide services that create a social impact but they struggle to demonstrate the value of their ‘social good’.
We see social impact measurement as a good match for our evidence-based communications approach, with many benefits for our clients. In conjunction with Mary-Anne Scully, we now offer the Social Impact Collective. This is a small-group approach to building social impact measurement awareness and expertise in our region.
The next course will run over two full days in September and October 2018.
What's your program's social impact and why should you care?
Social impacts are those program outcomes that contribute to the wellbeing of the community but some have long been considered 'intangibles' and difficult to measure.
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