Social Impact research
Help us understand the collective impact we can make

There’s been lots going on at Animas HQ these last few months.

We hosted our very first Social Impact Summit and I’m also new to the team, starting as Head of Social Impact in October.

There is already so much incredible knowledge, ideas and action within the Animas community, especially when it comes to impact, and we’d love to learn more.

You can share your views on social impact in our short survey. It will take no more than 5 minutes to complete.

For more details, or if you have any questions, please drop me a note in the comments box on Facebook.

Thanks so much, Emma
Email address *
Are you interested in social impact coaching? *
Have you ever coached for social impact? *
If you answered yes, please share some more details
Are you interested in any of the below to support your social impact journey? *
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Would you be interested in running a webinar or event relating to social impact and coaching? *
If you answered yes, please share more details on a proposed topic
What does social impact coaching mean to you? *
Do you have knowledge or expertise in any of the following impact areas? This can live beyond any coaching experience and could be an area you have worked, studied or volunteered in previously. *
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Would you be interested in buddying up with someone to run a social impact project together? *
If you answered yes, please share some more details
What challenges or barriers might you face if you were to pursue a project or participate in a social impact coaching initiative? *
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Would you be interested in mentoring someone who is interested in setting up a social impact coaching project? *
If you answered yes, please share some more details
Are you happy for me to contact you in any follow up correspondence? *
Thank you so much for completing our research questionnaire. Eyes open for our new Impact Hub launching soon.
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