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adapted from the Impact Culture book:
Impact culture toolkit
Idea 1: Systematically prioritise stakeholders using stakeholder analysis
Idea 2: Pro-actively manage risks arising from impact
Idea 3: Practice open research
Idea 4: Make evidence synthesis more attractive and accessible
Idea 1: Engage researchers in a coaching process to identify forms of engagement and impact that they might find intrinsically motivating
Idea 2: Organise internal impact-related events that will engage researchers with varying levels of interest and experience with impact
Idea 3: Harness the power of your communications in creative new ways
Idea 1: Create a compassion culture
Idea 2: Experiment with more creative stakeholder engagement initiatives
Idea 3: Create boundary organisations
Idea 4: Co-produce events with your non-academic partners
Idea 1: Build skills for impact
Idea 2: Resource Impact
Idea 3: Build your learning capacity
Idea 4: Do you need an impact strategy
1. Deliberation tools
2. Co-production tools
Using your tools to design a culture change experiment