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DEVELOPING GOODIMPACT PRACTICE(The Learner Journey)Slide2
Impact practice: all the activities related to your impact. Outcomes: the difference achieved. The changes, benefits, learning or other effects that result from what the project or organisation makes, offers or provides. Outputs: the work doneProducts, services or facilities that result from an organisationâs or projectâs activities.
broad and/or long-term effects of a
organisationâs activities, outputs and
WHATâS THE POINT?
Prove your impact: Accountability to beneficiaries, funders, volunteers, staff and other stakeholdersImprove your services: Learn what works and what does notâand change your activities and strategy accordingly
Saves staff time
Influences the debate on âwhat worksâ
Motivates staff / volunteers
Helps secure fundingSlide4
THE CYCLE OF IMPACT PRACTICESlide5
Principles of Impact Practice
Actively share your impact plans, methods, findings
Be willing to change and act on what you find
Be honest and open
Consider the full range of the difference you actually make
Apply proportionate and appropriate methods and resources
Involve others in your impact practice
Focus on purpose
Take responsibility for impact and encourage others to do soSlide6
What this means:Leaders in the group, at all levels, see defining & delivering Impact as their responsibility. Impact is embedded in the culture of your group with everyone playing a roleFocusing on impact is an on-going activity.Why itâs importantThe impact you have is the reason your group exists. Focusing on impact can increase motivation of everyone involved in your group / workEveryone understands their role in your groupâs Impact and can work better together to achieve it.
1. Take responsibility for impact
and encourage others to do so tooSlide7
the PrinciplePlanning Build impact into plans, strategy and decision-making. Involve staff / key volunteers. Ensure resources to support impact practice. Doing Build impact (planned and achieved) into operations Build impact into project delivery. Support staff to collect impact information.Assess Encourage all vols. to ask : âwhat difference am I making?â Review Impact is celebrated and learning shared.
1. Take responsibility for impact
and encourage others to do so tooSlide8
Are you leading for impact?
1. How could focusing on impact help you do your job?
2. How could focusing on impact help you with long-term finances?
3. Is focusing on impact the new normal?
4. When is
timeâ to prioritise impact?
5. What could you do today to get started?Slide9
Pledging your support to the CodeSlide10
The Learner Journey
Impact in action
Explore the Learner Journey
â discover what âimpact practiceâ is all about
What are the benefits?
your support to the Code of Good Impact Practice.
for your group.
using online resources, peer
support forums and contact with
long does it take? - About 2-3 hours in total to complete the assessment. It will take longer to implement the actions. 2. Who should be involved? - Include a range of perspectives3. Do I need to answer all the questions? - Yes, attempt to answer them all
Measuring Up! â common FAQsSlide13Slide14