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Result! What good impact reporting looks like

This seminar will outline the principles of good impact reporting, helping you to understand what different types of reports can communicate, and what different audiences need to know.
When Jul 16, 2015
from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA
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Contact Phone 020 7620 4862
Attendees Anyone wanting to know more about impact reporting
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‘From local groups run by volunteers to national charities employing thousands of staff, all social organisations should tell their stakeholders how they are fulfilling their purpose and achieving the change that they seek.’
Principles of Good Impact Reporting

Good impact reporting is an essential part of impact measurement. As well as being a celebration of your achievements, your impact reporting can help galvanise internal stakeholders like volunteers, staff and trustees, helping them to focus on results as well as adapt and improve services. Externally, it can engage, inform and inspire beneficiaries, individual donors and other funders, policy makers and others to understand what an organisation is achieving. It also ensures that lessons are shared with similar organisations. However, many charities struggle to know what information to include in their reports (and what to leave out) and how best to present their impact data.

This seminar will

  • outline the principles of good impact reporting, helping you to understand what different types of reports can communicate, and what different audiences need to know;
  • offer practical tips, such as sketching out the questions your impact reporting should answer or finding out how to make the most of existing data;
  • discuss the benefits of being open and honest in your reporting by sharing your learning when things haven’t gone to plan.
  • inspire you with examples of best practice of impact reporting, so that you can help your charity to stand out from the crowd.

This event is part of NPC’s Impact measurement seminar series  exploring different areas of impact measurement and evaluation. Discounts are available for delegates attending more than one event in the series.

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