An interactive virtual workshop that will help you discover more about the extensive benefits of mentoring for you and your organisation.
Mentoring is a great way to support your professional and personal development. The CIH mentoring programme, hosted by PushFar, is designed to support you to identify relevant development opportunities and give you the tools to make impactful connections to help your career soar.
In this membership session, we were be joined by Ed Johnson, CEO and co-founder at PushFar who gave an insight into the benefits of mentoring and an overview of the platform and it’s incredible functionality. Some current CIH mentors and mentees also came along to share their first-hand experience of mentoring and how it’s enhanced their career and professional development.
Ed Johnson, CEO and co-founder, Pushfar
Brendan Morrissey, assistant director of customer and communities, Clanmil HA
Chair: Jill Allcoat, regional manager, CIH
An interactive virtual workshop that will help you in your housing career journey.
A career in housing is exciting and can provide an incredible variety of options, from housing management to resident involvement, and from development to supported housing – to mention just a few. Here at CIH Ireland we want to ensure that our members are equipped with a career development toolkit to in order to progress within the sector.
For this interactive workshop, hear from career consultant, Susan Keating, who will explore what a career brand is and how you can effectively design and develop yours. Susan will offer insights into how to leverage your brand for greater planning and opportunities for your career in housing. There will also be a career Q&A with Ali Burdis Leech, and Ali will talk about her career progression journey at Tuath Housing.
Explore positive partnerships developing across three counties to address local priorities while building healthy places and addressing inequalities.
In this member-exclusive event, hear from housing associations, local councils (public health) and policy leaders to understand how they are working to embed a partnership approach to health and housing. Delve into strategy and process and exactly how they have created a sustainable, long-term way of working together.
Better Social Housing Review - one year on
Hear from the Regulator for Social Housing, National Housing Federation and Chartered Institute of Housing about changes to how we manage the quality of our homes and customer service.
Explore how AI can be leveraged to improve the day job for landlords, enhance customer experience, and learn how we can stay ahead of an ever-changing labour and tech market.
During this session, we’ll hear from those in the know about all things AI, who will explore:
A showcase of good practice case studies
Hear from organisations that are leading the way in housing with their bold ideas and actions, and how members of the board were instrumental in driving this change.
Explore the forthcoming Procurement Act, unpacking the risks and opportunities it presents for social landlords and how organisations can practically prepare for the changes.
In this member-exclusive event, Procurement for Housing discusses the most important updates on the Procurement Act and what it all means for social housing providers.
Members will take away practical knowledge on:
Discover how housing providers are engaging with tenants to help improve service delivery.
Hear from housing providers who have changed the way they work to embrace the new consumer standards proposed by The Regulator of Social Housing and the recommendations set forth by the Better Social Housing Review. Also hear from residents on the difference proactive resident engagement makes.
Discover the most important updates on key housing issues with the UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper.
A must-attend event for housing professionals across the UK, come together with UK Housing Review authors to explore the latest developments from the sector since the release of the full edition in March 2023.
Building on the key themes identified in the Spring edition, we’ll share expert analysis and specialist insight on a range of topics – from homelessness and refugees to damp and mould and shared ownership - to help you build a clear picture of the current housing landscape.
Housing prides itself on being a value-based profession but what does this actually mean and how can our profession take a more proactive approach on equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the workplace?
Hear from a diverse panel of speakers who will explore: