All kinds of organisations are looking to achieve positive impact – to deliver real and lasting change – be that social, environmental or economic. They want to treat people and the environment well, whilst maintaining sustainable and successful business models. There has never been a more urgent need to focus on the effects of our actions on people, society and planet.
Everything we do and every decision we make has an effect. Understanding the effects of our choices and actions is the key to impact awareness. Taking that insight and acting on it can the start of a transformation into a genuinely impact-aligned organisation.
Sonnet Advisory and Impact can help you to achieve your impact goals more efficiently and effectively and work with you, not only to understand and manage your impact, but above all else to deliver the change that’s needed – whatever that might be.
Please get in touch if you’d like to know more about us and our work or to explore how we can help you.
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Webinar – Going concern and financial sustainability – why all charities need to consider these challenges in 2021
MAY 12 @ 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Free to attend Whether or not financial difficulties exist, all charities will need to consider their future financial sustainability more carefully from this year due to more robust questioning [...]
Publications & Reports
We are excited to share the interim findings from important research commissioned by NHS England. Our work creates a comprehensive framework for evaluating the critical role nurses play in the front line of primary care. [...]
The independent Commission on Sustainable Learning for Work, Life and a Changing Economy was established in June 2018 to explore the UK skills problem. The Sonnet team (then known as Bates Wells Advisory & Impact) [...]
The Sonnet team (formerly Bates Wells’ A&I) authored a ground-breaking report for Hyde Group in 2018 which revealed findings of significant interest to the social housing sector, central government and local authorities. The report, entitled [...]