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Making the Most Difference - a Social Value training course

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Presentation by Helen Tomlinson from Bolton CVS at Greater Manchester Social Value Network Conference held on 26th June, 2017.

Published in: Government & Nonprofit

Making the Most Difference - a Social Value training course

  1. 1. Making the Most Difference GMSVN’s Social Value Roadmap A half day workshop
  2. 2. Workshop info • Workshop materials openly available • For private, statutory or not-for-profit • For mixed groups or single organisations • Introductory level • Intended for people who want to increase community benefit of their organisation • It’s interactive and encourages networking
  3. 3. By the end of the workshop... • understand what a social value approach is • understand how it applies to their organisation • will have the beginnings of an action plan
  4. 4. Icebreakers • You, your organisation, one core value • Quiz... What % of children in Bolton are living in poverty? How many tonnes of carbon does GM produce per resident? The life expectancy for women living in Bolton is...? Number of small/medium enterprises there are in GM (including voluntary and community sector)
  5. 5. The theory... • Definition • Social Value Approach • Social Value Act • Dispelling the myths
  6. 6. The garage case study You are the owner of a small garage that services and repairs cars, employing less than 10 people based in a disadvantaged area of Bolton. What ideas do you have for increasing the economic, social and environmental benefits that the garage has for the local area?
  7. 7. Think about your organisation... Group exercise
  8. 8. Assessing and measuring impact The garage has decided to offer advice to its customers about tyre pressure as this can have a significant impact on fuel economy and production of climate change gases. Who are the beneficiaries? How could the impact could be measured?
  9. 9. Think about your organisation... Group exercise
  10. 10. Telling stakeholders The garage has decided to offer advice to its customers about tyre pressure as this can have a significant impact on fuel economy and production of climate change gases. How could you inform stakeholders about the impact of advice?
  11. 11. Business case for social value • What are the key benefits of existing social value work for my organisation? • Apprentices have more chance of getting a job • What other benefits are there for my organisation of using a social value approach? • Improve our reputation in the local area
  12. 12. Finally... The Roadmap A few minutes to reflect on how participants will take social value forward in their organisation
  13. 13. Interested in finding out more? https://gmsvn.org.uk/events/gmsvn-workshop/

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