This week I am really pleased to be joining the first cohort of the CAN B Impact Economy Business Advisors Training.
It’s a four-week learning journey, specifically targeted at individuals and businesses who want to learn more about how to support, understand, define, measure and improve their environmental, social and governance performance.
Rachel Wallace – Programme Manager, Scotland Can Do
Scotland Can Do
Scotland Can B have been championing the Scotland Can Do ambition since 2018. My participation marks our team’s wider commitment to share achievements, opportunities and learnings so that every leader and organisation in the Can Do Collective has the chance to improve their contribution to building a wellbeing economy for Scotland.
Over the next few weeks, I’m looking forward to developing my understanding of good impact measurement practice and applying the learning to our context of building a community-level measurement framework with the Can Do Collective.
Perhaps most importantly, this journey will enable our team to support and foster a culture of impact across the community. It will not only accelerate our ability to understand the impact created by The Collective as a whole, but help them discover their own economic, social, environmental, and cultural impact at an individual, organisational level.
Collective Impact – why is this so important?
Because impact insight at both the community and organisational level will allow The Collective to identify and deliver on aligned outcomes, which will in turn help us prove that impact can be amplified and strengthened when parties collaborate.
I am really looking forward to getting stuck into the training and learning from others in the cohort. I’ll be sharing my takeaways with you and our Can Do Collective community on completion of the training so stay tuned!