Partnering with us for impact
At the Centre for Public Impact, our aim is to help you unlock the positive potential of governments and improve outcomes for citizens. Partnering with us is just one of the ways we can help you do this.
Events and facilitated conversations
Around the world, we have brought together global leaders and citizens to strengthen the public impact of their organisations. But holding an event is one thing, making a real difference is quite another. Find out how we can help you.
Here are some examples of events we have hosted and participated in around the world:
New Delhi, India
Improving outcomes for Indian children
Washington, DC, United States
The future of deliverology
Ministerial e-government conference
Global Government Forum
OECD Anti-Corruption and Integrity Forum,
Content that counts
Are you looking to raise the profile of your key issues and objectives? Would you like to share your expertise or your interest in and passion for public impact with CPI’s audience of policymakers, innovators, communicators and government leaders around the world? Our blend of insights and interviews, commentary and case studies can help you do just that.
Speak up, speak out
We can work with you to unleash the power of podcasts. In either single episodes or in a series, together we can bring issues to life in conversations that make impact.
A fresh perspective
Do you need a fresh, new voice on how government really works? Are you looking for distinct insight on the key issues facing policy professionals today? Then look no further. CPI team members are not only experienced in government effectiveness but also frequent contributors and keynote speakers at events, conferences and workshops around the world.
For example, our Executive Director Adrian Brown led a Public Impact Fundamentals workshop at the G-20 Leadership Program in South Korea, Nadine Smith gave a keynote speech at the OECD on legitimacy and citizen engagement in Paris and at the UNPSF in Morocco, and Danny Buerkli facilitated a roundtable on AI in government with the Silicon Valley Leadership Group and the Boston Consulting Group in California.
We’ve worked with organisations all over the world to help strengthen public impact. Examples include events with the World Bank Group, UNDP and the OECD. Our articles and case studies are frequently cited in media and academia, and we have attracted top names to our podcasts such as former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, activist and campaigner Gina Miller, and disability activist Eddie Ndopu
We are committed to working with organisations who recognise and respect our values, which underpin everything we do.
We are impartial/we have no political party affiliation
We are committed to diversity in the workplace and all points of view
We work with those who have a genuine interest in furthering our mission and respect our values
We are transparent about who funds us and what we do
In line with our not for profit status, we seek to educate as well as help
We are trusted to have and never share conversations that are private or may risk the security or safety of our staff and clients
We speak truth to power, however uncomfortable, and value honesty