This webinar was held on 9th August 2016 and was presented by Trevor McGlinchey and Garth Nowland-Foreman.
Trevor and Garth share the 2015 ‘Outcomes Plus’ research. This 60-minute webinar will help you to better identify and describe the ‘real value’ your organisation contributes, and how to use your data for good.
Learning outcomes of the webinar:
- Learn about the Outcomes Plus report and which identifies the added value provided by community social services, over and above what Government contracts for
- Learn about the added value provided by community social services, over and above what Government contracts for, as identified in the ‘Outcomes Plus’ research
Resources shared in the webinar
- ‘Outcomes Plus’ (New Zealand Council of Social Services, 2015)
- Vulnerability Reports (New Zealand Council of Social Services, 2009-2016)
- National Lottery Community Sector Research Fund
- ‘Complex Projects, Short Stories’ webinar (July 2016, Community Research)
- ‘Counting What Matters webinar (July 2016, Community Research)
Whilst we’ve been unable to track down the research that Garth refers to at 45.50, here are three similar studies which may be of interest:
- An article on for-proft/non-profit differences in child care: The nonprofit advantage: Producing quality in thick and thin child care markets (Cleveland, 2009, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Wiley Online Library)
- Some limited support for the same conclusions in the nursing industry here: Consumer information and competition between nonprofit and for-profit nursing homes (Hirth, 1999)
- A similar US study of for-proft/non-profit, with similar findings: Differences between Non-Profits and For-Profits in the Hospice Industry: Patient Selection and Quality (Ohri, 2007)
Trevor McGlinchey is the Executive Officer for the New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services, a role he has held since 2008. He began his career as a freezing worker and has worked in numerous seasonal and other short-term industries.
In 1986 Trevor started the Te Mahi o Waitaki Trust in Oamaru, this kaupapa Māori Trust developed and operated numerous social enterprises and community initiatives. In the late 90s Trevor joined the Public Service, where he eventually became the Southern Area Manager for the Tertiary Education Commission. In his community roles Trevor chairs Moeraki Ltd a marae based charitable company and Te Ana Whakairo Ltd a social enterprise based on Māori Tourism, he is also a Trustee of Ngā Tangata Microfinance Trust.
Trevor is of Scottish, Irish and Ngai Tahu whakapapa and regularly returns to his home marae to maintain his strong connections there.
Garth Nowland-Foreman is currently a Director at the LEAD Centre for Not for Profit Leadership where he works with community organisations and those that fund them. Formally a lecturer on the Unitec Graduate Diploma in Not for Profit Management, Garth has worked extensively in community development through both government and NGO roles in Australia, NZ and the wider Asia-Pacific region.
His is an accomplished author and recognised expert in strategic leadership and governance of NGOs. Garth’s expertise and skill in training and coaching and mentoring has resulted in him being appointed to a number of advisory roles to government and philanthropic funders on strategy & accountability, evaluation & reviews. He is a passionate researcher and has undertaken or supervised a range of research, and prepared issues papers, research reports and major submissions for non-profit organisations and on voluntary sector & social policy issues.
Garth has an impressive publications list and is a called on public speaker and presenter on NGO development and civil society.