To provide an illustration of this toolkit in practice, a case study from our Wellbeing Economy Pilot project with Clackmannanshire Council has been included. Clackmannanshire Council is making significant progress in its transition to a wellbeing economy, including delivering their Community Wealth Building Action Plan, establishing a Wellbeing Economy Anchor Partnership and reviewing and updating it Local Outcomes Improvement Plan to focus on the wellbeing economy transition.
To support the process, the Local Wellbeing Economy Monitor provides a set of indicators of various aspects of wellbeing for each of Scotland’s local authority areas. These metrics are based on the National Outcomes and indicators in the National Performance Framework and are intended as a resource to help form a high-level picture of collective wellbeing within a local area.
The development of this toolkit and its accompanying monitor has been informed by engagement with key stakeholders, and we continue to welcome feedback to further refine these resources.