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 are trying to achieve. Not only so they get the most out of the session, but also to put into context what they learn with what they want to do.
Here are some of the answers we commonly hear:
- to provide evidence of impact for funder’s, ourselves and young people
- to find out what works and what doesn’t (in terms of impacting well-being)
- to identify gaps in our work
- to improve services for the future
- to increase understanding
If you can relate to any of the above or have other reasons why you think measuring well-being is important to your organisation, please let us know!
For more information on our Well-being Measure visit our website.