On-Demand Workshop: Using Impact Measurement for Powerful Results

Stories tell the audience where you came from, and where you are going. The best impact stories also achieve powerful results – engaging your stakeholders, supporting your achievements, and securing increased funding.
Visual and engaging data are requirements to tell powerful impact stories. The power of your impact story depends on the power of your data, and how it’s presented.
In this webinar you will learn how Socialsuite can help you tell your impact story, and how to use this story to improve funding, engage stakeholders, and refine programs.
With Socialsuite’s impact tool you can integrate and measure to industry standards and use custom, or sector specific frameworks. Learn from your data to make strategic decisions that will help you improve the lives of your beneficiaries, engage stakeholders, and increase funding.

Some of the topics we cover are:

  • Quickly identify when an initiative is working or needs improvement
  • Save staff time and cost on impact measurement
  • Produce impact reports that will help you secure more funding
  • Know if you are delivering outcomes for your beneficiaries and how to improve them
  • Obtain a 360-degree view of the impact my services have on each beneficiary
  • Provide your employees feedback about the effectiveness of their work

Watch The Webinar On-Demand


Tom Latimer
Solutions Consultant
Tom is a Solutions Consultant at Socialsuite, with extensive knowledge in the technology sector he is hugely passionate about transferring that knowledge to help nonprofits really understand their true impact through the use of technology.


Christian Mosley
Head of Business Development
Christian Mosley is the Head of Business Development at Socialsuite, supporting nonprofit organizations by accessing their needs and helping them get started on a path to success. With extensive experience working at the intersection of technology and the nonprofit sector, Christian is passionate about empowering organizations to measure and show how close, or how far, we are to the world we want to live in.