Measuring success means asking the right questions about impact, objectives and outcomes. Wherever you are on your impact journey, there are ways that you can measure your progress and communicate to your stakeholders. Funder and donors are looking for signs that you're on your way to achieving your impact goals. Let's find the right approach for you!
The Impact Institute offers a range of programs to help you develop your skills. Perfect for anyone working in the public sector or not-for-profit world.
Current programs available:
"Julie is an outcomes driven leader and team player that we have had the privilege of working with for years. She adds significant value and structure to every project she leads or takes part in. Her strengths are relevant not only in research but in real-world application. This allows us to have a greater impact on improving the lives of the men we serve.”
- Kellie Paich, Global Director, Movember
"Working with Julie Gilbert Consulting on the evaluation of our program proved highly successful. The final report was relevant and insightful. The process from initiation through to delivery was clear and simple to navigate. I would not hesitate to work with Julie again.”
- Donal Buggy, Director of Services Delivery & Innovation, Irish Cancer Society
"Julie was engaged and interested in learning about our organization & program which was critical for our unique population and niche services. I look forward to any future experience working with Julie and her team and would recommend her consulting services to anyone in need of an evaluation!"
- Samantha Herbert, Safehaven Project for Community Living
"Julie had a very sensitive, knowledgeable, and respectful approach in her work with us. She created a safe and supportive atmosphere to lead/guide, as well allowed us to carve our own path and discover our own lessons. Thank you, Julie for working with us! You have helped us to be well-positioned for our Impact Measurement journey over the next several years."
- Una Wright, YouthSpeak Charity
Need to work on your Theory of Change, or develop a Logic Model? Design a strategy to collect data on outcomes and impact? Conduct an analysis for your stakeholders?
Who is your audience? What are the main messages and take-aways? How best to communicate them?
Scanning the environment and the literature to discover what is out there and the current state of practice or what the evidence says.
Helping you develop expertise within your team or organization.
Using the science of implementation to guide successful program delivery.
Support with research proposals, grant applications and peer-review publication.