Developing a theory of change

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Have you got a solution to social needs in your community? Are you finding it difficult to articulate the benefits of your approach? Are you often asked to demonstrate your impact and evidence the change you’re making? Not sure where to start? Then this is the right session for you. A theory of change is a tool to help you describe the needs you are trying to address, the changes you want to make, and what you plan to do. This approach can be used for organisations of all shapes and sizes —from service-delivery charities, to campaigning organisations, to funders.

The training will provide you with the tools and a practical guide to support you in developing your Theory of Change, to articulate your vision, missions and objectives to support your impact narrative and evidencing the changes you’re planning to achieve. 

The trainer will take you through:
•    Key elements of a Theory of Change and benefits of using it. 
•    Practicalities of developing your theory of change
•    Articulating your outcomes framework and setting your impact measures
•    Communicating the changes you’re seeking to make inside and outside your organisation. 

Learning outcomes:
•    Increase understanding of the benefits and applications of Theory of Change for an organisation. 
•    Knowledge of how to start the development of a Theory of Change.
•    Ability to identify key drivers and enablers to effective impact measurement. 
•    Identify the next steps required to put the process into action.

Trainer: Mohammed Mansour - Head of VCS Development at Hackney CVS. Mohammed is an experienced organisational development professional who has worked for over 15 years supporting charities and NGOs in the UK and overseas. He is passionate about implementing programmes for managing change using a system thinking approach. Also a certified GDPR practitioner, auditor, and trainer with a demonstrable history of working in the non-profit and for-profit sectors. 

This training will take place in a hybrid format. Participants can attend in-person at the address below or login online. The Zoom link will be sent in the registration confirmation email. 

January 12th, 2023 from  2:00 PM to  4:00 PM
Hackney CVS
The Adiaha Antigha Centre
24-30 Dalston Lane
London, E8 3AZ
United Kingdom
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Phone: 020 7923 1962