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Helen Sharp

Associate E: enquiries@nefconsulting.com Previously Strategic Commissioning Manager, Lambeth Council, Helen works with NEF Consulting on delivery of our training for public and health services organisations. She leads on our training on outcomes-based commissioning and co-production. The content of this training was… Read more »


Well Supplied pilot project for Woolworths

Case study: In2food Compass. Woolworths identified an opportunity to improve wellbeing within their supply chain by use of the wellbeing survey and further engagement with a specific supplier to trial the Well Supplied process. A baked goods factory, In2food Compass, was keen… Read more »


Samra Mariam

Senior Consultant T: + 44 (0) 207 820 6316 E: samrawit.mariam@nefconsulting.com Samra Mariam is a consultant and trainer with a strong background in evaluation and impact assessment in a variety of settings. In her work with NEF Consulting, she focuses on… Read more »


The IED Annual Conference

18 November 2015, ILEC Conference Centre, London. Senior private and public sector professionals working within economic development and regeneration, will come together to tackle the most pressing challenges when it comes to fostering economic growth at a local and regional… Read more »


What Works Centre for Wellbeing

The New Economics Foundation (NEF) is now part of the newly established What Works Centre for Wellbeing. What Works is a UK government-funded initiative to enable a range of stakeholders to access independent, high quality, accessible evidence syntheses across a… Read more »


High Impact: 17 November 2015

This Third Sector event offers strategic analysis and practical insights to help you improve how you measure and communicate the positive changes that your charity makes. Olivier Vardakoulias,  Economist at NEF Consulting, will be speaking on Measuring soft and hard outcomes alongside Ed Holloway,… Read more »


Looking beyond the numbers at the Prince’s Trust

At the Prince's Trust Awards

The meaning behind data at the Prince’s Trust by Emily Atkinson, Analyst, NEF Consulting (photo: Emily at the Awards). I love numbers. It is through numbers that we can measure things and by measuring things we make them count (literally)!… Read more »


Leading the fight for fairness

By Sarah Lyall, Researcher, Social Policy, New Economics Foundation. The most intriguing developments in reducing inequality and poverty are happening in local, not national, government. In Plymouth, as in much of the rest of UK, empty homes purchased as second… Read more »


A new report on Fairness Commissions

The New Economics Foundation has published a new report by Sarah Lyall. The following is a summary of the findings. In the face of severe spending cuts, many local authorities are struggling to tackle growing levels of inequality and poverty. Others are exploring… Read more »