31 March, virtual conference
Don’t miss your chance to hear expert speakers discussing topics, including changing behaviour through communications, tackling stigma and effective internal communication at this year’s SFHA Communications Conference.
If you are planning to attend the conference, taking place virtually this Thursday (31 March), please book one of our remaining places via our website to avoid disappointment.
Here’s a closer look at our programme:
Changing behaviours through communication
Speakers: Michael Higgins, Senior Strategy and Insight Manager, Scottish Government, and Shane Donnellan, Senior Consultant in Behaviour Change and Engagement, Changeworks.
How can we use communications to positively influence people’s behaviour, including around issues such as energy efficiency and fuel poverty? Learn about successful campaign methods and how we can support tenants in the current climate of energy price rises with best practice in communication and behaviour change.
Engaging people in everyday subjects – commitment, challenges and opportunities
Speaker: Tracey Wilson, Tenant Participation Manager, North Ayrshire Council.
This session will look at the various methods of communication which enable successful engagement with communities in North Ayrshire. The session will also discuss the tenant communication and involvement which the council carried out during the pandemic, highlighting the challenges and opportunities that emerged during this period.
Internal communication – engaging with colleagues to get measurable outcomes
Speakers: Josephine Graham, Internal Communications Lead, Bradford Council and Stuart Darroch, Group Communications Manager, Wheatley Group.
Covid has likely changed how we work forever. Whether your organisation is working from home full-time, back in the office or taking a hybrid approach, how can you ensure you’re reaching your colleagues, keeping them up to date, and helping to promote a positive organisational culture?
Tackling stigma through communications
Speaker: Lindsay Cochrane, Senior Communications Officer, See Me.
How can communications professionals tackle the stigma that still surrounds social housing? This session will allow delegates to learn from an organisation that exists to tackle stigma. See Me is Scotland’s national programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination, and we’ll hear about the methods it uses.
Workshop topics are as follows:
- Tenant consultation – what does this look like in a hybrid world?
- Digital media – the way forward
Ticket prices start at:
- £180 for SFHA members
- £250 for non-members
Discount for TFN readers
Get a 10% discount on your booking with the code TFN10.
Find out more and book now: www.sfha.co.uk/whats-on