As funding for not-for-profit organisations becomes increasingly competitive, communicating your impact is crucial to engaging your stakeholders, attracting funding and continuously improving your work. It’s also essential to be able to demonstrate organisational impact in a strategic, evidence-based fashion, while still appealing to the heart.
Comprised of five of Pro Bono Australia’s most insightful webinars on communicating impact, this Value Pack will equip you with the skills to measure and communicate your impact effectively. That’s $250 value for only $130!
You’ll come away with an understanding of:
- how to develop an impact evaluation framework incorporating a theory of change and the sustainable development goals,
- how to identify, collect, and measure impact data,
- how to evaluate and report on your impact, and
- how to bring all of this together to develop an impact narrative that speaks to both head and heart.
This session, presented by an impact measurement specialist and a brand and strategy expert will provide clear and actionable tips, using examples from other organisations, to help you think about:
- options for measuring impact based on your context and needs;
- the diverse expectations of your stakeholders;
- the key elements of a motivating impact narrative;
- how to measure and report impact data; and
- the link between an impact measurement and narrative process and your broader strategy.
This session, presented by experienced evaluator Taimur Siddiqi, will give you a strategic insight into how you can go about effectively and efficiently evaluating your programs when you have limited evaluation capacity in-house and less options to collect and analyse impact data. Plus, you’ll be provided with a resource guide to ensure your learnings last.
Theories of change have the potential to bridge the divide between the analytical and visual thinkers in your audience. Presented by Mike Davis, this is a practical, insight-filled session where you will learn how to create your own robust theory of change, and how to use it effectively to produce positive outcomes for your organisation.
Integrating contemporary approaches such as alignment to the Sustainable Development Goals, and using practical case studies, this session will walk through a step-by-step process for organisations to follow. The result is a clear narrative which conveys your impact to current and potential funders and guides strategic choices.
A half-day workshop from The Funding Network is distilled into a session detailing fundamentals of a perfect pitch that you can use as a powerful tool to unlock opportunities, form key relationships with investors or volunteers, attract funding, and inspire new audiences.