Find the metrics that matter!
Delve into identifying the right metrics to share your impact, and report smarter in this special webinar.
Measures, Insights and Outcomes
Reporting on your impact is vital in today’s world! From getting insight into ways to improve operational processes through to developing ways of measuring KPIs, to identifying the “what” and “how” you report can be daunting.
In addition, keeping up with the latest reporting requirements can be overwhelming. For many charities and social sector organisations it is hard to know where to start, what is actually required and who needs to be involved.
Join Industry Expert Craig Fisher, Wild Bamboo CEO Nick Kemp and self confessed data whisperer Jillian Pennington as they unpack the changing landscape of reporting in New Zealand, delve into metrics that matter and discuss the benefits the “right reporting” can provide.
In this webinar we will:
Demystify the changes to the Charities Commissions reporting act and outline what it really means for not for profit and social sector organisations. It’s not as scary as you think!
Explore why shifting the narrative to impact or outcomes leads to exciting opportunities to tell your story and meet your reporting requirements
Highlight the link between mission and purpose and why you need to think about this when reporting for SSP.
Show some real life examples of what good reporting looks like to get your inspired.
Craig Fisher – Consultant, RSM
Craig is a Consultant with RSM specialising in governance, strategy, audit and assurance advice, and with a strong interest in the sustainability of impactful organisations.
Craig is a recognised specialist in the not-for-profit and charitable sector, has a strong interest in good governance, and holds a range of governance roles. He is an independent Councillor of the Auckland District Law Society, independent Risk Assurance and Audit Committee Chair of Ngati Whatua Orakei, Chairman of the Fred Hollows Foundation New Zealand, and a trustee of the Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust. Craig is also a member of the Wise Trust Board.
Craig has a long history in standard setting including serving on the New Zealand Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (NZAuASB) from its inception until 30 June 2020. He has represented New Zealand internationally in assurance and ethical standard-setting matters.
Nick Kemp – CEO, Wild Bamboo
Nick has worked in information technology for more than 20 years. He has worked across technical, commercial, and social domains and can bring them together or translate between them to get the best of each world.
Nick believes that data – and more importantly the rich stories between the numbers – can be a catalyst to create connections, spark new ideas, and drive change.
Jillian Pennington – Data Insights Manager, Tūtohi
Jillian is a self-confessed data whisperer, and leads the newly created data services platform Tūtohi. Starting her career in traditional science Jillian soon developed a passion for unlocking the hidden information locked away in spreadsheets – and turning that into meaningful information for impact. She soon turned her focus to people, and now works to unlock the power of data across many different social sector organisations working in areas such as mental health & addictions, emergency housing, corrections, employment, violence prevention and many more.