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Our workplaces have been turned upside down – but SFHA’s HR and People conference can help

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Sponsored content: SFHA's HR and People Conference will focus on our changing workplaces and how you can guide your staff through them

Covid-19 has turned our workplaces, as we know them, upside down, but the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) is holding a virtual event that will help your organisation to respond to the challenges and to plan for the future.

Taking place over two half day sessions, on 12 and 13 August, our HR and People Conference will focus on our changing workplaces and how you can guide your staff through them.

We can’t promise you won’t hear the phrase 'the new normal', but we can promise to provide you with an event that will help to build your skills and enhance your professional development.

Here are just five reasons why you don’t want to miss it:

You will hear from industry experts from the safety of your home office - or couch

1. Hear from expert speakers

We’ve gathered speakers who are experts in their fields and are passionate about what they do. They will be exploring how you can recruit remotely, nurture culture and build thriving organisations, and inspire teams through open thinking and creativity. There will also be a session that looks at employment law and frequently asked HR questions that related to Covid-19.

Shona Marshall is a learning and talent development specialist with a passion for unlocking talent to drive personal, team and organisational performance.

She said: "With remote working here to stay for many, I'm looking forward to exploring how leaders can re-skill and up-skill their employees to adapt and deliver in this every-changing 'now' of work."

2. Flexible, sustainable and easy to attend

Forget disposable coffee cups and the early morning plane, ferry or train journey to make it to an early registration, with our virtual conference, you will hear from industry experts from the safety of your home office (or couch) and with your own cup of tea.

The conference is over two half-days, so it fits in with your work schedule. Urgent call? You don’t need to miss a session with on demand replays – watch any of the sessions again for three months afterwards.

3. There's no monopoly on good ideas

How do we tackle the challenges facing our organisations? By coming together to collaboratively develop new ideas and solutions for the future.

We have speakers from the housing sector, and beyond, who will discuss how the pandemic has changed what they do – and how they will do it in the future.

4. We’ve gone transatlantic

Based in San Francisco, Dr Emily Anhalt is a psychologist and emotional fitness consultant who has worked with some of the world’s leading technology companies in the world, including Google, Asana, TEDx and Microsoft.

She is going to talk about why a true culture of mental and emotional health must be built from the inside out.

5. Build your network from home

In addition to virtual Q&As, you can chat and connect with other delegates, from wherever they are based. Catch up on the serendipitous connections you've been missing during scheduled networking breaks.

Book now: SFHA Live! HR and People Virtual Conference

View the full conference programme and book your place by visiting SFHA Live!, our new programme of virtual events, today.

Sara Jackson is SFHA’s head of business development.



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