As a follow-up to last year’s ''Introduction to the Measurement and Evaluation of Social Impact'' webinar for ESADE Alumni Giving Back, we are pleased to present this webinar about measuring social impact. It will feature anecdotes and the main lessons learned by Stone Soup Consulting during social impact measurement projects, and will examine the essential theoretical concepts for understanding this area. This webinar is not intended to be a technical course but an opportunity to consider and learn from real-life examples.
This webinar will share experiences of negative fallout from social ventures, the relationship between fundraising and the measurement of social impact, obstacles to developing measurement models, useful information, measurement challenges today, etc.
The webinar will be given by Susana Balet (Lic&MBA 08).
Remember, you can:
- Access the webinar wherever you are from a mobile device* or computer providing you have a loudspeaker and an internet connection.
- Interact with the speaker by asking questions via a real-time chat during the presentation of the session.
*If you use a mobile device, you must download the app to access the webinar platform.
A few days before the workshop we will email you a personal and non-transferable access URL to enable to you follow the workshop live and take part in it. Webinar times are GMT+01:00, Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid and Paris. Find out what time the workshop will take place in your time zone by clicking on the link in this email.
Degree and Master in Business Administration (ESADE). After working in life insurance for several years, Susana opted for a career change and entered the world of social ventures. One of her fields of expertise is the measurement and evaluation of social impact. She aims to use SROI, change theory and other methods to enhance the effectiveness and performance of projects and organisations seeking to improve their social impact. Since December 2012, she has given more than 25 lectures and workshops about the measurement and evaluation of social impact to organisations including non-profit entities, public administrations, social entrepreneurs...