Social Impact Framework and Evaluation Consultancy

Published24th May 2016

Define Measurables ‰ÛÒ Measure Change ‰ÛÒ Evaluate Performance

We help organisations to research and define their aims, objectives, outputs and outcomes.

We offer training to capacity build or consultancy to assist organisations.

We work with the public, educational and third sector to help them evaluate their performance.

Social Impact Frameworks and Processes

We help organisations to define their social impact through providing either :-

Internal Capacity Building Support ‰ÛÒ Coaching or training for staff to equip them with the knowledge and skills to develop an internal framework and measurement process, or

Hands-On Assistance ‰ÛÒ Consultancy to help our clients develop a Theory of Change Model and design and implement a monitoring processes for measuring impact.

Management Support with combined expertise and support in Business Planning, Change Management Strategy and Management Systems as needs arise.

We work with a wide-range of organisations spanning youth, education, housing, health, economic development and regeneration. Many of our projects span a range of social and economic indicators and we treat each project and organisation as unique in it‰Ûªs approach and terminology. We don‰Ûªt propose that you use any specific impact tool or approach, but work with your team to identify a set of indicators, processes and a system to meet the needs of your organisation.

Independent Evaluations

We have 15 years experience conducting independent evaluations for national to local organisations to review the performance and impact of their services. We have a specialism in evaluating economic development and youth related programmes funded by National Government Departments or The Big Lottery.

Our evaluations can include quantitative and qualitative research techniques with a range of stakeholders to identify impact, best practice, challenges and future recommendations.

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