Monthly Archives: June 2012

Adding custom questions to your survey

Adding your own questions to your survey allows you to collect more specific feedback from your survey participants. These questions could relate to the project they have been involved in, how they feel before/after the project or could even be … Continue reading

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Learning about soft outcomes and six tips for choosing a measurement approach

Earlier this week I gave the opening speech for the Third Sector/NPC conference on ‘Measuring Soft Outcomes’. A roomful of charities, at a variety of stages of thinking in relation to┬ámonitoring and evaluating impact, all came together to hear the … Continue reading

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See the Well-being Measure yourself – come to one of our workshops

Since January, we’ve been running a series of free workshops for organisations interested in signing up to our Well-being Measure. We’ve run them all over the country – London, Glasgow, Ipswich, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford, and Edinburgh. So far, we’ve seen … Continue reading

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Evidence for the link between well-being outcomes and long-term outcomes

We all know that well-being matters. But as providers of services for young people, or funders of services, what we are often after is long term outcomes – success in employment or a reduction in crime, for example. However, overwhelmingly, … Continue reading

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