The Young Foundation is one of the consortium partners of the Impact Management Programme, led by NPC and funded by the Access Foundation and Power to Change. The programme aims to help charities and social enterprises increase their social impact and diversify their income. It is a two year programme and will be co-designed by social organisations to ensure it is user-friendly and reflects the sector’s needs.
This workshop is hosted by The Young Foundation and designed for organisations specifically working in employment and training.
While impact measurement is often initially driven by the needs of funders and commissioners, there is a real missed opportunity if there is no connection between this and how the organisation is managed and how it improves. During this workshop we will explore ways to quantify, report on and articulate your organisation’s impact not only to demonstrate effectiveness, but also to improve the services and programmes being delivered.
There will also be an introduction to the Impact Management Programme and ways organisations can get involved including:
Peer to peer support
Opportunity to co-design online resources
What is Impact Management? “An organisation’s ability to quantify, report on, increase and ‘get paid for’ their impact. It means integrating impact reporting into strategy and performance management and regularly analysing and responding to impact data—using it to change and improve programmes and services.”
Who should attend? This session is aimed at charities or social enterprises focusing on employment and training, and interested in improving their impact management processes and accessing social finance.
An agenda will be circulated to attending participants nearer the time. Please note the workshop will start with a light lunch at 12:00 and end by 17:00.