Last month we held a free breakfast session on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning at the NCVO Head Office for a morning of education and problem solving.
We were joined by special guest speakers Sarah Ebanja, Chief Executive of of The Spurs Foundation and Annie Barber, Evidence and Impact of Khulisa UK, who both gave invaluable demonstrations on their personal experience and perspectives on MEL.
Our partners, Ian Seath and Robin Brady, demonstrated how you can become more effective in achieving your objectives in measuring development impact, analytics, data quality assurance and results management.
We aimed to improve knowledge, share good practice and explore better data management solutions to overcome common issues experienced.
Attendees learned how, by implementing a few simple changes and additions to their current CRM system, they are able to better track and organise the evidence linked to the results they are delivering, and report on that evidence comprehensively.
Overall, everyone came away from the event in agreement that they had learned something new and were inspired by our speakers.
Many thanks to everyone who attended. Look out for more information on scheduled events and webinars in the new year!