Before I began working with CHC, I had no idea just how broad the housing sector really is – especially here in Wales. From an outsider perspective, I would never have realised the sheer volume of activity that goes on in the sector before being a part of it.
As the battle for the governance of the UK continues for the next four weeks, we are calling on all parties to prioritise welfare in their plans for government, particularly reducing the waiting time for Universal Credit, ensuring the payments cover the cost of living and, for those who can, making entering work possible without losing the stability of welfare support. Without this, attempts to combat poverty and inequality will be fruitless.
Not every comms team has the resources to have an in-house designer or creative, which can lead to less efficient workflows and less engaging communications with tenants. This skills gap can be hard to fill, but there are a number of useful tools available which can have a big impact on your digital comms output.
Gemma Morgan, founder of Morgan Eight, will be delivering a session at this year’s Annual Conference, focusing on leadership. Her leadership experiences aren’t confined to boardroom and business, she has 20 years’ experience from the military and elite sport too. Here she gives us an idea of what to expect.
On September 13th, Paul Matthews, Chief Executive of Monmouthshire County Council, will be joining us to lead a workshop aimed at setting our organisational vision, and identifying why we need to change. He tells us how identifying the why helped Monmouthshire County Council along their transformation journey: