The Climate Change Hub is pleased to announce its latest best practice group.
Best practice groups are free to members and are a fantastic opportunity to hear about what’s happening in the sector and network with fellow housing professionals.
As always, the session will be facilitated by Jon Daley, and take place via zoom.
Why you should come to the best practice group:
- Great way to find out what others are doing
- Good, honest and open discussions
- Sharing best practice and ideas with others in similar roles
- Acts as a sense-check about what people are doing or thinking of doing.
If you’re new to the network or haven’t attended a best practice group before, this is what your housing colleagues are saying about them:
“Every meeting that I’ve attended has given me a new idea to take away or helped me understand how I could improve my service”
“The best practice groups have been really useful. They offer reassurance on our processes, new ideas and a chance to meet new and familiar colleagues working in housing”
“A safety net to ensure nothing is forgotten or overlooked. So many things change in legislation or best practice it’s good to hear what others are doing to challenge your own thought process”.
“The best practice groups are fantastic. I’ve been inspired by many of the shared ideas, information and knowledge that colleagues bring”
Best practice groups are a great way of engaging with your network/hub members.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Jon Daley is an Asset Sustainability and Data Manager for Magenta Living; a Housing Association with 13,000 homes across Wirral. A self-confessed “nerd of all things green”, Jon is interested in decarbonization as a culture, retrofit strategy, the home of 2050, office decarbonization and ecology. Jon has been seminal in delivering on Magenta’s decarbonization strategy inclusive of all of the above. Along the way he has helped the organization achieve Top 20 UK Sustainable Housing Provider Status, being only 1 of 7 national associations to achieve the illustrious SHIFT Gold award for sustainability actions and led on Magenta’s element of the Liverpool City Region’s Social Housing Decarbonization Fund (£11.1million) to retrofit 1,250 homes region wide amongst other things.
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