enquiries@rodlaird.co.uk »
Freephone 0800 612 0910
Freefax 0800 612 0920
Now taking bookings
Bookmark and Share

A step by step guide to measuring the impact of your work in the community (04 Nov 13)

Do you face this new challenge? Better services, more involvement for the community and more than ever you must assess the impact of your work

Don’t worry: no one’s out to get you – and this article will be hugely useful. But working in community involvement is getting more demanding. 

Like to read more or make a comment? Log in or register below

Why not join the discussion!

Or even better still offer your own advice and tell us about things that others can learn from.

We moderate comments lightly so bear with us and we'll get your thoughts listed as soon as we can.

You must be logged in to post comments.

Not registered yet? Simply fill in the box below.


Like to have access to this and hundreds of other articles like it? Register now!

Just pop your details in the form below, and you'll have full access to our library as well as receiving the free articles you have requested.

Research and evaluation
Resident involvement
Community involvement
Patient involvement
Communications & marketing
Equality and diversity
Community safety
All of these
Your work email

Already subscribed? Want to manage your account? »

Log in


Register now to benefit from hundreds of free hints, tips, articles and interviews

Your email address:

Contact us»

Latest Twitter updates

Related courses 

How to measure social return on investment
(Central and in house course)

Other articles that may interest you

7 reasons to measure the outcomes of your projects

9 things to bear in mind when managing a project

A step by step approach to using a logic model to solve a community problem

A step by step guide for developing outcome indicators

A step by step guide to developing a strategy  

How to show you’ve made a difference

If things get better for your community will YOU get the credit?

Impact maps: A beginners guide

Logic models - introducing a new, highly effective technique to help you achieve better results

Make sure you control your projects - not the other way round

Measuring the impact of lots of small projects at the same time: one of your trickiest problems solved

Six steps to measuring the costs and benefits of tenant participation

Why a logic model approach can help you conduct an assessment of the impact of tenant participation