Corporate Impact Management

Public Sector Consultancy

To assist with increasing staffing pressure in the public sector we’re offering flexible support when the demands on your service exceed your staffing capacity. We are particularly well placed to assist with one-off tasks and mid-term projects. For example we’ve built considerable experience in business planning for social enterprises spin-outs (especially in relation to Community Asset transfer) in order to establish project feasibility. ¬†And through our extensive network of associates we are likely to be able to find you the specialist support you need for almost any project.

We also take pride in delivering our services in a way that creates thinking space for you to develop longer-term solutions and the capacity to deliver them. So, whether you need to think through strategy, embed a change process, build capacity, or just want a helping hand we’d like to hear from you so we can see if we can help.

So, if you’re interested in finding out how we can help you improve your service’s impact while managing diminishing or uncertain resources then please contact us to discuss your needs.

 

Business Sector Services

At Corporate Impact we are committed to making your business more profitable through improving your impact on communities and the environment.¬† The business case…

Public Sector Services

The Public Sector is changing dramatically as it moves rapidly toward a comprehensive commissioning role in the light of the harshest spending cuts seen in a quarter of a century. With such a rapid redefinition of role it is now more important than ever …

Voluntary Sector Services

In a time when funders expect you to be able to prove your impact and you need to be able to maximise results with diminishing funds, active impact management is a vital practice…

Cross Sector Projects

A great deal of our work involves supporting cross-sector and cross-industry networks and partnerships. With a diminishing role for the Public Sector and reduced funding for the voluntary sector it seems that pooling investment at a local level…