Management Briefing

EP Insights is a sharply-written and practical briefing for the busy social sector leader. Published regularly, it draws on more than 1,400 capacity-building assignments and the experiences of 120 Eastside Primetimers consultants located across the UK.

Improving Impact

This issue explores how charities can not only upskill at measuring social impact, but also use the findings to drive real improvement:

  • An interview with Susannah Drury, director of policy and research at Missing People, about how impact measurement helps her organisation to prove their impact and improve services
  • Eight tips on impact for charities from Eastside Primetimers consultant Rosie Chadwick
  • Q&As with Peter Morris, Investment Director at social investor SASC, and Frank Villeneuve-Smith & Tracey Vickers from transport social enterprise HCT
  • Our selection of the 10 best resources and tools on impact for the busy charity leader


The Digital Charity

This edition examines how to take your charity through a digital transformation, with tips and insights from experienced leaders:

  • An interview with Janet Thorne, chief executive of Reach Volunteering, about how they brought themselves back from closure and doubled their impact by transferring services online
  • Seven tips on digital for charities from Eastside Primetimers consultant Steve Calcott
  • Q&As with Francis Runacres, Arts Council England’s director of enterprise innovation, and Chris Martin, chief executive of youth charity The Mix
  • Our selection of the 10 best resources and tools on digital for the busy charity leader

Enterprise Matters

This edition explores challenges, tips and innovations to boost charity trading. It features:

Strategy 101

This first edition provided fresh thinking on how to develop and implement great strategies. Features include:

How can we help you?

Can we help your organisation to make a step change? Please contact us now on 020 7250 8334 or at to speak with one of our specialists.

Eastside Primetimers

Share This