Monthly Archives: August 2012

How will measuring well-being help your organisation?

This is something we ask our workshop attendees regularly. Knowing why you are measuring anything is important but particularly when you are exploring methods you haven’t used before. For us, it is important that our workshop attendees know what they … Continue reading

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Good grades = happy faces?

Almost 700,000 students across England, Wales and Northern Ireland have today received their GCSE results. With 40% of pupils expected to get five A* to C grades, an increase of 5% from last year, it is easy to assume that … Continue reading

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The impact of measurement on your work – choosing the right approach to evaluation

We all know that measuring outcomes can be a tricky business. In particular, measuring ‘soft outcomes’ such as self-esteem or life satisfaction can be difficult because it can affect how we interact with our clients or beneficiaries. In turn this … Continue reading

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Can I use the Well-being Measure for younger or older children?

We’ve been contacted by lots of people that work with children and young people outside the Well-being Measure’s 11-16 year target age group. Everyone wants to know whether they can use it and whether there are plans to extend the … Continue reading

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