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SFHA conference to discuss the key issues facing our workplaces

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Sponsored content: Debs Allan on an event which will discuss staff and board succession planning, housing as a career, sector culture, and diversity and inclusion

People are at the heart of what our organisations: our people shape our values, how we operate and how we, as organisations, are perceived.

SFHA’s Housing Now, Housing’s Future: Our Sector, Our People Conference, taking place on 4 March, aims to explore and highlight different perspectives on the key issues facing our workplaces in 2021 and beyond.

The conference will discuss staff and board succession planning, housing as a career, sector culture, and diversity and inclusion.

Here’s a look at some of our programme:

Routes to housing

How can we help young people to understand the work and benefits of the social housing sector through apprenticeships or graduate programmes? This session will explore different routes into the housing sector.

Diversity and inclusion in Scotland in 2021 and beyond

Scotland is becoming ever more diverse – we’ve brought together a panel of experts in the fields of diversity and inclusion and HR to discuss how we ensure that our organisations are representative and inclusive.  

A brilliant Scotland

The event will open will a session, led by Mark Brown of Dolphin Index, that will explore how the Scottish housing sector can become world leading in terms of culture, diversity and ethos and how to embed this within our organisations.

Launch of SFHA’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Resource

The SFHA Equality, Diversion and Inclusion Resource will provide a range of tools that will help organisations to prepare a strategy and policy to ensure that they are not only compliant, but they are competent when considering equality, diversity and inclusion.

Workshops will discuss:

  • Benefits of a brilliant board
  • The stories and the science of creating a brilliant Scotland

Tickets:

Tickets prices start at £150.

Secure your place:

To view the full programme, and to book your place, please visit the SFHA Live! section of our website.

Debs Allan is innovation and future thinking programme manager at SFHA.

 

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