Our team provides practical support to optimise your impact management. We offer services both to organisations that are new to impact management or at an advanced stage.

Who is it for?

Charities and Social Enterprises

Charities & Social Enterprises


International NGOs





What We Offer


- Refinement of impact intentions and objectives
- Mapping of Theory of Change
- Stakeholder consultation and analysis
- Materiality assessment

- Definition of outcomes and KPIs
- Data collection
- Data framework, tools and processes
- Data quality review and analysis
- External evaluation and assurance

- Training, workshops and guidelines to embed a culture of impact
- Team and board engagement
- Ad hoc support to impact manager
- Programme design and review

- Data software solution
- Dashboard and visualisation

- Impact reports for key stakeholders and funders
- Bespoke impact presentations and documents
- Story telling and case studies

Our approach

Our approach is based on our best practice publications The Good Analyst and The Good Investor. We focus on building your capacity and skills, and helping you implement practical solutions that are appropriate for your organisation’s resources and time. 

We will help you embed impact measurement practices within the core of your organisation, to ensure impact management becomes part of your strategy planning and enables you to grow your impact every year. 

Why manage your impact

"Organisations that are capable of recognising their triumphs and failures are likely to be far more effective than those that aren’t really sure what they are achieving". The Good Analyst

Managing social impact is critical for organisations to improve their services and expand their impact. When embedded into your organisation’s processes, impact measurement provides you with the tools to review your impact and your data and helps you make improvements and changes to your services to make them as impactful as possible.

It is also important for organisations who are looking to scale, raise investment, or win contracts. Organisations that use impact measurement can provide convincing evidence of the benefits of what they do, and are thereby empowered to make a stronger case to donors, funders, commissioners and investors. Over the long term, and given the highly competitive market that exists for social sector funding, impact measurement has become critical to an organisation’s ability to attract new capital. 

Measuring and recording impact provides organisations with a means to communicate with their beneficiaries, thereby supporting efforts to improve awareness and expand outreach, to demonstrate what is achievable and to help beneficiaries understand and chart their own progress; and in the case of successful impact, to recognise and celebrate change.


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