Impact & Performance Reporting Best Practices - Webcast
Reporting is an essential activity that all orgaizations must do in order to remain transparent and compliant with funder regulations. But wouldn’t it be great if you could report on more meaningful information than just financial statistics?
Impact & Performance Reporting is the practice of analyzing the overall outcomes that your programs are having on your clients and community. This is a great way to understand the difference that your organization is making and how you can work to better meet your mission and goals. In addition, this can also be used to show your stakeholders how your inputs and resources are translating into meaningful outcomes.
Since Impact & Performance Reporting is so beneficial, why aren’t more Human Services organizations using it? Well, it can be a difficult thing to fully understand and implement if you have never been introduced to its key concepts.
For that reason, we have recorded a 45-minute webcast to introduce you to the most important aspects, including:
What Impact & Performance Reporting is, why it is important, and how to use it
Steps to implementing outcome-based reporting processes
Examples of what performance-based reporting can look like
Stef Gause, Account Executive
Stef loves working with those in the Human Services sector. Her background in front-line work in mental health and community services and her MA in Medical Anthropology has given her a strong understanding of the needs and goals of those in this industry.
Dhebi Hay, Client Success Representative
Dhebi works closely with our clients to ensure that their needs are met so that they can be successful in achieving their missions. Her close relationship with our clients has shown her the importance of providing useful results to stakeholders in the Human Services industry.