BRINGING NETWORKING BACK TO YOUR WORK LIFE
Housing Digital Socials are monthly online events that are free to attend for social housing professionals and HD members, to hear insights from our expert speakers and network with others who share a similar role to yourself.
Places are limited to 30 per social to ensure all attendees get the chance to meet in the breakout rooms and introduce themselves to the group.
Welcome & Networking:
Introduction from Chair and networking in breakout rooms
Each attendee is invited to give a 60 second ‘elevator’ introduction – which can include a short brief about their role, company, challenges they’ve faced, plans for the future and any recent good news.
1 x public sector organisation will be invited to give a 10 minute presentation (including option of slides) followed by a short Q&A.
Up to 2 HD stakeholders will be invited to each give a 5 minute presentation (including option of slides) followed by a short Q&A.
Networking & Close:
Attendees will have the opportunity to talk one-on-one in breakout rooms.
SELECT YOUR SOCIAL
KEYNOTE 1: TBC
Stakeholder Spotlight: Jonny Pears, Head of Design - Mediaworks
"Putting Data at the Heart of the Customer Experience"
It’s never been more important for housing associations to deliver a digital-first communication strategy. Using the power of data, you can ensure all your tenant and wider stakeholders stay engaged and aligned with your business reputation.
Mediaworks will explore the most effective way to create an end-to-end, user-centric, tenant communication loop.
KEYNOTE 1: Katie Williams, Endeavour Project Coordinator - Ongo
"Ongo's Endeavour Project - helping disadvantaged individuals"
Katie will be speaking about her working journey with Ongo and about her current role as the coordinator of the Endeavour Project. She'll be looking at how she is helping disadvantaged individuals across North Lincolnshire, focusing on mental health issues and barriers to work, supporting them to develop the confidence and skills to move forward and make a real difference in their wellbeing and employment status.
Stakeholder Spotlight: William Corn, Field Service Sales - Advanced
Tenants’ demands are increasing, they now have digital expectations, wanting to access services 24/7 across a choice of methods and expect a level of personalisation.
We all know that the best laid plans can quickly become inefficient in field operations, things don’t always run to plan, and delays happen. But the challenge of dealing with the unexpected, without reducing productivity or letting customers down, can be easily addressed by investing in technology in a smart way.