SEEE run a series of free webinars and all our recordings and slides are shown below to help you and your business. Enjoy!

Running a Social Venture: Expanding Operations and Impact

An expert in all things third sector, Emma Millar from Taylor Vinters joined us for a follow up to her previous governance webinar (see earlier webinars below). At this webinar Emma examined the areas where all types of social ventures need to consider to move from start-up to sustainable and covers investment, governance, IP, People and more in this invaluable webinar below. Download Emma’s slides here.

How to Build an Inclusive Workplace

We welcomed Naveen Akhund from Hirestance, an experienced HR specialist with expertise in Diversity, Inclusion and Equality. Naveen explains how to ensure you are an inclusive workplace from the outset, how to recruit and retain talent and how to be a truly inclusive employer. Download Naveen’s slides here and watch her webinar below:

A Remote-First Future for You and your Teams

Maya Middlemiss is an expert in remote working, having done so for over 20 years and is a freelance journalist and author specialising in the subject. In this enlightening webinar Maya discusses how remote working has changed and how teams and organisations can become truly flexible and remote-first for their employees. Maya has a new course for successfully securing a remote job and has a range of book titles on work trends and remote working. In conjunction with this webinar Maya is offering a FREE on the topic of healthy happy homeworking.

I don’t have time for Marketing! Marketing for Social Enterprises

SEEE’s very own Jane Thompson of Thompson Marketing led this webinar for Social Enterprise UK giving time-poor Social Enterprise founders and managers some strategic direction and practical tips. From content marketing to common social media mistakes, Jane’s presentation covers a wide mix of marketing essentials for business owners to help them feel more confident and in control of their key messages and marketing:

Measuring Making a Difference

SEEE Director Nicky Stevenson, joined us again to to demystify the subject of impact measurement and explains the different terms used in the sector and different ways of measuring impact. Nicky explains how SEEE’s Social Impact Measurement Toolbox can help your organisation to figure out what you want to record, what you already know, what you need to find out and how to go about it all in a structured way:

A Holistic Approach to Mental Health in 2021

Danielle Bridge of ABC Life Support joined us for an overview of mental health issues and awareness in the current context of the pandemic. Danielle had some great advice for all of us to consider our overall health and that of our teams. This is a must-watch for everyone, as we all have mental health – it’s a continuum. Download Danielle’s slides here and watch her webinar below:

Meet the Expert event: Setting up a Social Venture – Legal Structures and more

Emma Millar from Taylor Vinters joined us for a ‘Meet the Expert’ event which covered the essential legal advice for any entrepreneur setting up a social venture, as well as for those reviewing their structure and governance. This is a must-watch webinar to answer the variety of questions you may have (and answers the questions you hadn’t even thought of!) Download Emma’s slides here.

Measuring Making a Difference: SEEE’s Social Impact Measurement Toolbox

Nicky Stevenson, SEEE Director and Impact specialist helps to demystify the subject of impact measurement and explains the different terms used in the sector and different ways of measuring impact. This session is good for beginners and experts alike as Nicky gets to the heart of the matter in simple terms and explains how SEEE’s Social Impact Measurement Toolbox can help your organisation to figure out what you want to record, what you already know, what you need to find out and how to go about it all in a structured way. Download Nicky’s slides here and view the webinar below:

Articulating Social Impact

Lucy Findlay MBE from Social Enterprise Mark CIC spoke at this webinar and shared her experience and thoughts on the importance of accreditation and how it relates to social impact. Lucy focused on how accreditation can help in the journey towards articulating social impact better. Download Lucy’s presentation slides here and view the webinar below:

Measuring Making a Difference

SEEE Board Member and Consultant Nicky Stevenson led a webinar on getting started with Impact Measurement, with practical advice on how to decide what to measure, how to go about it and how SEEE’s new Impact Measurement Toolbox can take you through the process in a plain-english and practical way. Register your interest in SEEE’s Toolbox that is due to be launched end 2020 by emailing admin@seee.co.uk You can download Nicky’s presentation slides here and watch Nicky’s webinar below:

Get Ready for Video

Tom Gudgeon from Two Cubed Creative joined us to share how we can all get started with video marketing and use exciting content to bring social enterprises and community businesses to life online. Download Tom’s slides here including some useful tips for your video strategy.

PR for Purpose-led Businesses

Elma Glasgow joined us to share her expertise as a PR consultant to purpose-led businesses in a packed webinar of insights, trends and practical tips for other impact organisations to use in their communications. Read Elma’s slides here.

The Power of Community Businesses – be inspired!

We welcomed Robert Ashton in discussion with Alex Begg who talked about their own experiences of planning, launching and running a Community Business (The Walled Garden Community Shop and The White Swan Gressenhall) and shared how to involve communities, what makes a successful Community Business and how their fundraising and crowdfunding campaigns progressed. download slides from the webinar here.

Back to School! Learning from successful Social Ventures

As some kind of normality returned this September, Belinda Bell of Cambridge Social Ventures discussed some examples of social ventures which have successfully adapted during the last few months and how they made those choices. Belinda also discussed how sticking to your mission is important right now, whatever your sector. Belinda also shared her powerpoint slides as shown in the webinar. Download the webinar slides here.

Brand Impact for Social Impact

Ian Henderson from Ian Henderson Branding and Design led a workshop on how to analyse your brand and discussed good examples we can all learn from:

Reviewing and Resetting for Business Growth

Neil Shearer from CB1 Associates led this workshop helping social enterprises analyse their current position with a range of tools and covered key advice for making the most of your business strengths and new technologies. Neil also provided slides as used in the presentation