Measuring and Communicating Your Impact

Conference
29 June 2011
08:30 - 16:30

Interviews with speakers

Tris Lumley, Head of Development at New Philanthropy Capital tells us why impact reporting matters.

Emma Harrison, Director of Public Engagement, Action on Hearing Loss, speaks about getting staff involved in impact reporting.

Claudine Snape, Communications Manager at Asthma UK, talks about using stories in social media to engage supporters.

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Speakers' presentations

How are we doing?
Tris Lumley, Head of Development, New Philanthropy Capital


Communicating impact at Action on Hearing Loss
Emma Harrison, Director of Public Engagement, Action on Hearing Loss

Makeover your charity’s annual report
Natasha Kleanthous, Copywriter, The Blue Cross
Using social media to shout about impact
Claudine Snape, Communications Manager, Asthma UK
Use your data to inspire, motivate and engage
Gideon Burrows, Editor, ngo.media
Michele Madden, Managing Director (Research and Strategy), nfpSynergy
Practical steps for measuring your charity’s impact
Anastasia Mihailidou, Consultant, Charities Evaluation Service
Bring your communications to life with multimedia content
Eric Whelan, Producer, Sounddelivery

Accountability at Oxfam
Julie Wood, Head of Corporate Communications, Oxfam

Measuring the impact of your campaign
Jo White, Director of Campaigns and Communications, World Horse Welfare

Using the Outcomes Star to bring communications and service delivery together
Joy MacKeith, Director, Triangle Consulting

Communicating impact internally
Liane Smith, Internal Communications Manager, Action for Children