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The Next Step: Evaluating and Sharing Your Impact
Defining your company’s values, goals, and KPIs is the first important step on your road to impact measurement—but what comes next is equally important. Determining how you will aggregate your data, how you’ll visualize and present that information, how to build your impact narrative – and how it should change over time – can be the difference between merely collecting data and actually evaluating and sharing your results in a meaningful way.

If you’re ready to take the next step in your impact measurement journey, please join as we dive into the top challenges facing corporate leaders today. Our partner America’s Charities, which has inspired employees and organizations to support the causes they care about for 40 years, asked more than 750 companies what they were struggling with when it comes to impact measurement. On this webinar, we’ll provide solutions to the most common questions we heard from corporate leaders, such as how to:

• Track, report, and communicate your collective impact - from employee giving and volunteering programs to grants and other corporate philanthropy initiatives - to stakeholders
• Move from measuring activity and outputs (e.g. participation, dollars/time given) to outcomes
• Utilize the right measurement, visualization, reporting, and/or sharing tools
• Measure intangible data, such as outcomes, e.g., behavior change, engaged employees, benefit to community
• Track metrics across multiple companies/business units/countries

While there is no one right way to collect and report data, there are proven practices that can help you evaluate and share your impact. We look forward to taking the next step with you, as well as answering your questions during this live webinar.

Note: If you can't attend the live session, we still encourage you to sign up to gain access to the recording.

Aug 20, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jim Starr
CEO @America's Charities
Jim Starr is president and CEO of America's Charities, which inspires employees and organizations to support the causes they care about. An accomplished leader with more than 25 years of experience and a proven record of accomplishment in the nonprofit and healthcare sectors, Jim has served in national and field executive leadership roles with multi-million dollar revenue and expense targets. He has led efforts to bring corporations and nonprofits together in meaning and impactful ways. He also brings a wealth of experience in strategic planning, business development, and partnerships.
Dan Eardley
Senior Platform Solution Manager @SmartSimple Software
Dan manages the product roadmap and design of solutions that meet the unique requirements of SmartSimple's clients within the Corporate Giving, Sponsorships, Employee Giving, Volunteerism, and Employee Engagement sub verticals. He also helped develop the architecture, design, and functional processes of our flagship Corporate Social Responsibility solution, Engage, which supports CSR activities (grants, giving, volunteering) and aligns them with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.