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Free Seminar – Measuring and Reporting your Social Value
Thursday, 24 May 2012 at 10:00 (BST)
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Measuring and Reporting your Social Value
Understanding your organisations social value and impact is an excellent method of demonstrating to your stakeholders the value your services have to them, the local community and to society as a whole. This seminar aims to introduce delegates to Social Value and Impact, providing practical knowledge and skills to understand and communicate your value and impact to society. During the seminar we will explore Social Value and Impact and find out more about current social accounting frameworks such as Social Return on Investment (SROI), Local Multiplier Effect (LM3), Social Account and Audit (SAA) and AA1000.
By the end of this seminar you will have gained an understanding of the terms Social Value and Impact, the frameworks available to you to help calculate, measure and communicate your Social Value and Impact and how they can be used to promote your organisation and develop your organisations sustainability.
Nicola Dickins – Nicola has over 15 years experience within the Third sector, having worked for large charities and community organisations at a senior level. Having sat on the Department of Health Sounding Board for the Third Sector and Social Enterprise, she has contributed to the development of social value commissioning for Health and Social Care. Nicola has completed her MA in Social Enterprise Management and is currently embarking on her PhD in Social Value at Sheffield Hallam University. She is a non-executive director for Our Life and founding director of WISE Connections CIC. She is an associate of the Institute of Fundraising and CIPD.
Richard Dickins –Richard has over 15 years experience within the Third and Private sectors at operational and strategic levels and uses this blend of knowledge and experience to assist organisations in becoming sustainable. Richard is trained on Social Return on Investment assessments and sits on the methodology group for the development of the model and LM3. Richard has successfully developed tenders, new businesses and income potential for organisations totalling £45 million during his career. Richard is a Social Enterprise Mentor for Social Enterprise North West and Unltd, an RSA fellow and is a Council Member for Social Enterprise UK and SROI Network.
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Make It Happen Consultancy Ltd
We are Make It Happen and we are the leaders for social change!
Here at Make It Happen we strive to provide social and ethical business support, enabling organisations to develop and grow financial and social values to achieve their long term stability.