We all know we need to get better at telling people about the good that we do. But how do you do that in a way that doesn't use up loads of time and use up resources that you don't have?
This practical workshop will explore ways to keep track of, and then report on, the social impacts that you have through the work that you do. We'll offer some thoughts and guidance, but equally the workshop will be about sharing what you've done - or seen others do - so that between us we can come up with some practical ways to report on social impacts.
By the end of the session we hope to have come up with some practical, do-able ways for you to start recording and reporting on the social impacts that your organisation has.
Who should come to this workshop?
Anyone from an organisation which is looking to deliver services to people in Bradford in line with the Personalisation Agenda. If we are oversubscribed, we will give priority to organisations working with older people (as funding for this project is focused on older people's services primarily).
If you'd like to come along, please sign up by clicking on the link above. For further information on the project visit www.bradfordvcspp.org.uk and www.bvcspp.wikidot.com or contact us on 0113 318 8685
When & Where
Social Business Brokers
Social Business Brokers was set up as a Community Interest Company in 2010 by Leeds-based social entrepreneurs Gill Coupland and Rob Greenland.
Gill is also a founding director of Angels Housekeeping, whilst Rob has run The Social Business since 2005.