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Free Breakfast Sessions: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning for charities by ShoNet Systems

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning – Proving your impact (17/10/18)

As a trusted NCVO partner, ShoNet will be hosting breakfast meetings at the NCVO head office in King’s Cross this Autumn. I will be there on 17th October as one of ShoNet’s partners.

Come and join us for a morning of education and problem solving, with special guest speakers and demonstrations to enhance your Non-Profit Salesforce experience.

Increasingly, organisations are having to prove the quality and depth of the changes that they are making through their work. Finding a monitoring, evaluation and learning system that can work well with your existing systems, is not resource heavy and can still provide you with the analysis and insights that you need, can be challenging. While there are many options on the market, we will talk you through one solution that we recently put in place for a client.

At our breakfast session, you will hear from our client and from us, about how implementing a few simple changes and additions to their current CRM system has enabled them to improve the way they track and organise the evidence linked to the results they are delivering, and report on that evidence comprehensively.

Book online here. It’s free to register.


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