Impact Accelerator

Yes, Your Data Can Drive Change

When you’ve been stuck in a data “black hole” – investing the time to gather data and sending it up the chain, never to hear back  – it can make you question whether it’s truly crucial to moving the needle in the first place.

In fact, 75% of nonprofits collect data, but few feel they are using it well*. If you’re experiencing that same frustration and are ready to make data work for you, it’s time to move from a compliance-focused mindset to one of active performance measurement. Translate your passion into impact.

Our Impact Accelerator can help you make the shift.

The Impact Accelerator

Picture this: You have the correct metrics to measure your impact and the confidence that you’re capturing the right data in the first place. Your team speaks with confidence and in solution-focused language. Your best frontline staff stick around to grow with your organization. When your board asks “What’s our impact?” you can answer with stories and numbers that build trust. Securing funding is less daunting. Participant satisfaction flourishes.

The Impact Accelerator is designed to help you achieve all of this while making your limited resources go further, faster.

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Perfect For Organizations With:

  • $1-5mm in revenue and 8-30 employees
  • At least 3-4 employees who can be dedicated this 12-18 month process for it entirety
  • A leadership team interested in building learning-based cultures and staff ready to make data work

The Impact Accelerator

Picture this: You have the correct metrics to measure your impact and the confidence that you’re capturing the right data in the first place. Your team speaks with confidence and in solution-focused language. Your best frontline staff stick around to grow with your organization. When your board asks “What’s our impact?” you can answer with stories and numbers that build trust. Securing funding is less daunting. Participant satisfaction flourishes.

The Impact Accelerator is designed to help you achieve all of this while making your limited resources go further, faster.

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Perfect For Organizations With:

  • $1-5mm in revenue and 8-30 employees
  • At least 3-4 employees who can be dedicated this 12-18 month process for it entirety
  • A leadership team interested in building learning-based cultures and staff ready to make data work

A Process That Breeds Results

Design

Get clear on who you serve, the quality of your services, and the outcomes you will achieve.

Measure

Establish a measurement plan, toolkit, and the capability to collect the data that you need.

Act

Rely on actionable dashboards, analytic guides, and clear data to continuously strengthen your program.

Curious about how each stage works?

“ResultsLab has provided

helpful guidance…

“…and support as we moved through the process of developing a new, sustainable program. We’re so excited to see where we can take things next!”

– Meg Griffin, Behavior Change Program Manager, Energy Outreach Colorado

Create a Culture of Learning & Improvement

Your team will finally hold a shared vision and embody the mindset, skill set, and tool set necessary to ensure that data strengthens your impact. You’ll collaborate in new ways, and most importantly, you will no longer operate on assumptions.

Create a Culture of Learning & Improvement

Your team will finally hold a shared vision and embody the mindset, skill set, and tool set necessary to ensure that data strengthens your impact. You’ll collaborate in new ways, and most importantly, you will no longer operate on assumptions.

ResultsLab makes it fun!

“Even if you don’t have evaluation/program design experience, they can make it understandable and approachable for you.”

– Susan Duncombe, Associate Director, Denver Urban Scholars

Measure Performance Internally

It doesn’t matter if your team has failed with evaluation processes or fancy tools in the past!  With a strategic approach and the right focus, you can leverage data to create change, replicate your programs with consistency and efficiency, and build your reputation as an organization worth investing in.

*Stanford University, 2013