CES- Ontario is committed to helping our members be informed about innovations in the field of evaluation, which is why we are partnering with the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation (3ci) at Carleton University to help our members learn more about their Common Approach to Impact Measurement initiative and how it may help their practice.
CES members can registering for this one-hour free webinar on Wednesday March 11th at noon (ET).
The key elements that will be covered in this one hour webinar :
- Common Foundations as a minimum standard of impact measurement in Canada.
- Data Standard that enables external data sets to be linked and impact data to be rolled up.
- Flexible Standard for indicators which allows organizations to use indicators that are meaningful to them.
During the webinar, presenter Dr. Kate Ruff will answer any questions you may have about the Common Approach and how it can benefit the work you are doing.
More on the Common Approach to Impact Measurement:
The Common Approach to Impact Measurement is a community of non profits, social enterprises, grant makers, investors and academics building a better way to measure social impact. Using this flexible standard will allow social enterprises to effectively tell its story, communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders and operate in a high impact manner.
If you have any questions about this webinar or about the Common Approach to Impact Measurement project, please reach out! email@example.com
Technical questions around registration can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
This webinar is being offered to CES Ontario members as a membership perk! Members of other CES chapters are welcome to attend as well. If you are not a CES member and would like to become one, please contact the event organizer.