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Impact-Led Design Masterclass

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Adelaide, South Australia 5000

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Impact is the core of what we do. Yet we often struggle to understand the impact we are having, how to communicate it effectively and how to design programs, strategies or approaches to have deeper, enduring impact.

As the pace of change in the not-for-profit sector increases, the funding equation alters and the need for new solutions to tackle complex social issues grows, we need to be more focused on the impact we are having.

This Impact-Led Design Masterclass draws on over 20 years experience of designing innovative approaches to social change and will provide you with cutting edge theory and practice on how to build a high performing impact focused organisation. Moving beyond measurement, impact-led design assists the not-for-profit sector to solve problems, develop innovative approaches, improve outcomes and become more future ready.

Who is this for?

The course will be invaluable to:

  • CEOs and senior executives driving strategic planning and organisational change

  • Impact practitioners looking to move beyond measurement and integrate impact into the culture of their organisation

  • Staff working on service redesign or development, aiming to understanding how to improve the outcomes they are delivering

  • Fundraising executives and staff looking to improve their approach to fundraising, tendering and funding applications

About the masterclass

The masterclass is an interactive mixture of latest theory, practice and case studies designed to build participants understanding of and skill in impact-led design. The participants in this course will learn about:

  • The trends and pressures driving an increased focus on impact and how to become more future ready

  • The building blocks and process of impact-led design, including co-design principles

  • How to develop an impact-led strategy that embeds impact into the fabric of your organisation and ignites the passion and purpose of your staff

  • How to design for enduring impact to ensure that change sticks

  • How to redesign or develop or fundraise for new services with impact at the core

Trainers

Kevin Robbie has over 25 years experience in social innovation, community development and impact measurement. He was most recently the CEO of United Way Australia where he led the organisation through the development of an impact-led strategic plan, re-aligning their strategy to maximize impact. Prior to that he was the Executive Director with Social Ventures Australia (SVA) for seven years. At SVA, Kevin was responsible for leading their social innovation work, identifying, designing and developing new solutions to complex social issues. Kevin is initially from the UK and has held a number of senior management roles, including seven years as Chief Executive of Forth Sector, which was based and operated in one of the most disadvantaged communities in Scotland. He has also been seconded as a special adviser to the UK Government Cabinet Office and worked as a consultant advising the Big Lottery on social enterprise and social innovation.

Ross Wyatt is the founder of Think Impact and one of Australia’s leading social impact practitioners who has spent many years advising industry, government and the community sector on social impact. He is a former leader at Starlight Children’s Foundation and the founder and Director of the Social Sustainability team at Net Balance (now EY). In this role he advised many of Australia’s largest organisations on how to factor human costs into their decisions. Ross is active in promoting thought leadership in the field of social impact and is a frequent author, contributor and facilitator of forums on the topic. He is a founding member of the Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia (SIMNA), an active contributor to the Australian Social and Market Research Society, and a senior judge in the Banksia Sustainability Awards. Ross is also a sought-after facilitator, and brings a personable manner, skilled technique, ability to ask the hard questions, and an unwavering focus on outcomes. Ross is qualified with degrees in Business and Post Graduate qualifications in research methods.

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For more information contact Kevin on kevin@thinkimpact.com.au. If you need to request a tax invoice to make payment, please also contact Kevin.

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