Measuring Making a Difference: SEEE’s Social Impact Measurement Toolbox
SEEE is delighted to bring to you our new Impact Measurement Toolbox!
This workshop will introduce you to the Social Impact Measurement Toolbox, what it does and how to get the best from it so that your organisation can take control of the stories you want to tell, about the difference you make.
The toolbox is being developed in association with SEEE (Social Enterprise East of England) and profits go to support SEEE’s work supporting other Social Enterprises.
How does the Toolbox work?
Measuring your impact is increasingly important as it helps you to communicate your story better and provides evidence for funding applications.
Collecting information about the work you do and the people you support is essential to develop a systematic impact measurement plan. The Toolbox helps you to get the basics right – how you collect information, how you manage it and how to find out what the information is telling you.
It is a simple and practical process based on work you can easily do in a small team, over a period of time, integrated with your day-to-day activities.
Following the workshop if you’d like to purchase the Social Impact Measurement Toolbox you can do so via our website
About your speaker
Nicky is a freelance consultant and researcher, with a particular interest in social impact measurement. Nicky was one of the founders of SEEE and has been a board member ever since.
With twenty years’ experience in the social enterprise sector, Nicky has worked on a number of influential research projects, including work for the National Offender Management Service. She has written the social enterprise prospectus for the South East Local Enterprise Partnership, along with other publications, including collaborating with Helen Fitzhugh to help design and co-write the Social Impact Measurement Toolbox, with whom she wrote ‘Inside Social Enterprise’ in 2015.
Nicky is an experienced trainer and is currently an Associate Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University. She is a member of the Social Enterprise Mark Certification Panel and is also a Big Local Representative, supporting three local communities.