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Join us for discussions on hot topics in social value

Social Value UK hosts monthly member webinars on current issues in the world of social value and impact. Members have access to each webinar, and receive access to our library of previous webinars, dating back from February 2015. If you are not a member but wish to sign up to a webinar, please get in touch.

Upcoming webinars – 2018

8 May (1pm)Catherine Manning - Social Value UK and Social Value InternationalHow to make the most of your Social Value International membershipRegister

N.B Webinars are provided for members, by members. Presenters give up their time and put in considerable effort to make the webinars worthwhile for others members. Therefore, we ask that you let us know in advance if you cannot attend a webinar that you have registered for, so that we can offer your space to someone else. 

 

Previous webinars – 2018

11 April (1pm)Catherine Manning - Social Value UK and Social Value InternationalHow to make the most of your Social Value UK membershipAvailable soon
29 March (12pm)Sonja Wiencke -
Twine/Power to Change
What you can learn from your community, and why data is your superpowerAvailable soon
13 March (1pm)Ben Carpenter - Social Value UK and Social Value InternationalSocial Value Certificate: what, why and how to apply!Watch

 

Previous webinars – 2017

DecemberEmma Horridge -
Manchester Museum
Volunteering for wellbeing - SROI for a large cultural collaborationWatch
SeptemberAlex Hayes - The Foundation for Social ImprovementMeasuring a funders impactWatch
JuneAdrian AshtonGetting started with Social Value - simple steps to help measure your impactWatch
AprilElaine Harrison - London Borough of BromleyStakeholder engagement – involving the hard to reachWatch
MarchChristina Berry-MoorcroftSVUK member servicesWatch
FebruaryRick Benfield, thirdbridgeHow measuring social value can help a company understand their purpose
JanuaryBen CarpenterA guide to the new Global Value ExchangeWatch

 

Previous webinars – 2016

SeptemberKeystone AccountabilityHow to involve stakeholders: Harnessing constituent feedback for value creationWatch
JulyJeremy NichollsSocial Risk ManagementWatch
AprilTom AdamsLean Data: streamlining measurement to increase valueWatch
MarchBen CarpenterSocial Value UK Accreditation ServicesWatch

 

Previous webinars – 2015

SeptemberJed Emerson & Jeremy NichollsIn Conversation: Jed Emerson and Jeremy NichollsListen
July BEmma Tomkinson & Dan MiodovnikDelivering the Promise of Social Outcomes: the Role of the Performance AnalystWatch
July ANick TempleSocial Value - moving from the Act to actionWatch
JuneLiam BlackPurpose, Profit and ImpactListen
MayKate RuffSIAA Challenge InsightsWatch
AprilTris LumleyEuropean progress on impact measurementWatch
MarchTim GoodspeedSocial Impact Measurement Q&A with a focus on overclaimingWatch
FebruaryJohn BurrettAvoiding Chartjunk and SlideumentsWatch

 

How do I sign up?

Webinars are a members only benefit. If you’re a member click on the ‘join’ link in the calendar above to register.

 

I’m not free on that date

If you can’t join us then don’t worry, all of the webinars will be recorded and posted on this webpage. You can access the recording with your member webinar password. Contact us if you need a password reminder.

 

Got an idea for a webinar?

If you’re interested in presenting a webinar or have an idea, then please fill in this form, we would love to hear from you!

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