WISE Ten Steps Measuring Progress Event 2021

Each year, WISE invite all their Ten Steps signatory companies to take part in the Ten Steps Measuring Progress Event.  All signatories are asked to submit an updated Ten Steps diagnostic.  The diagnostic asks questions about how well your organisation is achieving against the different steps.   Scores from all the signatories are combined and presented at the Ten Steps Measuring Progress Event in November, giving members the opportunity to benchmark themselves against other organisations and sectors. 

To join this year’s event:

  1. Confirm your place:
    Confirm your intent to attend by signing up here. The meeting software will be Zoom. The number of registrants for your organisation is dependent on your membership level:
    • Online Members can register up to 1 attendee
    • Core Members can register up to 3 attendees
    • Premium and Strategic Members can register up to 5 attendees.
  2. Complete and return your collated Ten Steps Diagnostic by Friday 1st October 2021.  There are two ways in which you can do this using:

    a) ***BRAND NEW*** WISE Online Benchmarking tool.
    Available to Core, Strategic and Premium Members. The Benchmarking Tool will be launched and available to you for use from the 1st August 2021. Full guidance will be provided and training webinars on how to use the tool have been run throughout July & August. We have recorded one of these sessions, which you can watch back here.

    If you would like to use this new tool for the Measuring Progress Event, please email Katherine Watson at k.watson@wisecampaign.org.uk and we will get you set up.

    b) Excel Spreadsheet.
    Available for use by all members. Download the diagnostic from the resources list below and return it to Katherine Watson at k.watson@wisecampaign.org.uk. Please ensure you enable macros to allow full functionality.


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