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Two day co-design in practice: How to deliver meaningful projects and The role of leadership in co-designing services

  • Type HQN Event (Virtual)
  • Venue Virtual workshop
  • Start 12 Oct 2021 10:00
  • End 20 Oct 2021 12:00

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Two day co-design in practice: How to deliver meaningful projects and The role of leadership in co-designing services

Virtual workshop

Learn how to deliver meaningful co-design projects which engage both residents and senior management teams at these exclusive workshops.

Workshop one: Co-design in practice: How to deliver meaningful projects

Tuesday 12 October 10am 12pm

Co-design is a buzz word in the housing sector – but what does it really mean in practice and how can landlords make sure they are going about co-design in the right way?

The Social Housing White Paper saw the government firmly place the onus on landlords to show they are continuously trying to improve how they engage with tenants. This means co-creation of services has never been more relevant.

Done in the right way, co-design can make a positive impact on the services landlords offer to tenants. But it needs measurable action and meaningful tenant engagement, not just lip service. Sometimes it requires organisations to rethink their entire culture.

What will be covered:

Expert on co-design and Director and Partner at leading service design agency Hellon, Andreas Pattichis will lead the session which will explore:

  • How to do co-design properly
  • What true and genuine tenant engagement looks like
  • Learning and case studies showcasing best practice across the sector.

Why should you attend:

This workshop will provide practical advice on co-design for frontline teams who engage with tenants and people working in transformation and senior executives who want to gain a greater understanding of the process and potential business benefits.

Essential for:

  • Senior executives including CEOs
  • Resident engagement teams
  • Customer experience and insight teams
  • Service design teams
  • Business transformation teams.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Chair: Andreas Pattichis, Designer and Director at Hellon
  • Chris Hewitt, Head of Co-Create, SYHA
  • Clare Tostevin, Director of Growth, RBH
  • Fayann Simpson OBE, Chair of Resident Services Board at L&Q and resident
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Workshop 2: Co-design in practice: The role of leadership in co-designing services

Wednesday 20 October 10am 12pm

Understand the role of leadership teams and the importance of organisational culture in delivering meaningful co-design at this exclusive workshop.

The Social Housing White Paper saw the government firmly place the onus on landlords to show they are continuously trying to improve how they engage with tenants.

This means co-creation of services has never been more relevant. Done in the right way, co-design can make a positive impact on the services landlords offer to tenants. But it needs measurable action and meaningful tenant engagement.

This can mean taking risks – and being prepared to hand more power back to tenants. That requires strong and empathetic leadership.

What will be covered:

  • During this workshop, we’ll explore how leaders can empower their frontline and transformation teams to deliver impactful co-design projects with tenants and overcome challenges around this.

Why should you attend:

  • This event for leaders and directors will offer the chance to learn more about what co-design is, what the benefits are, and what it can mean for improving and transforming services.
  • Expert on co-design and Director and Partner at leading service design agency Hellon, Andreas Pattichis will lead the session.
  • Delegates will also hear from chief executive and leaders with expertise in co-creation on how to embed this thinking across senior management teams.

Essential for:

  • Senior executives including CEOs
  • Resident engagement teams
  • Customer experience and insight teams
  • Service design teams
  • Business transformation teams.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Chair: Andreas Pattichis, Designer and Director at Hellon
  • Tony Stacey, Chief Executive of South Yorkshire Housing Association
  • Kate Wareing CEO, Soha
  • Alison Muir, Executive Director Housing Services, St Mungo’s
  • Jim Ripley, CEO of Phoenix Community Housing.

This event is highly recommended for members of the following networks. Not a member? Click the below links to find out more: 

The Housing Quality Network | The Innovation and Technology Network | | The Residents Network | The Strategic Network | The Housing Management Network.

To book an individual session follow the below links and complete the booking form. To book both workshops, please complete the booking form below.

Workshop one: Co-design in practice: How to deliver meaningful projects | Tuesday 12 October 10am – 12pm

Workshop 2: Co-design in practice: The role of leadership in co-designing services | Wednesday 20 October 10am – 12pm

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Delegate fees:

For both workshops
Full price: £175.00 *
Members of any HQN network: £150.00 *

For individual workshops:
Full price: £119.00 *
Members of any HQN network: £99.00 *

* Please note that all prices are subject to standard VAT. Byte Size members do not qualify for member discounts or free places at this event. Please call 01904 557150 for more information.

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