In this webinar you find out about What is Resident Scrutiny? Why it is best practice? How it relates to co regulation. What residents scrutinise. Resident scrutiny in practice. Recruitment and succession planning. Supporting tenants. Tenants adding value not being seen as a threat!
In this webinar you find out about What is being proposed. How this could affect your organisation. The problems the government may have to overcome. What steps the sector is taking to discuss this.
In this webinar you find out about What safeguarding is. What abuse is and who is at risk. How to recognise and know what to do if you believe that a child or vulnerable adult is at risk. How to identify the issues and barriers. The multidisciplinary framework. What the organisation’s obligation is to have police checks for staff, board, involved tenants and volunteers.
In this webinar you find out about What ‘Equality and Diversity’ means. How to identify ways that people are different. Personal assumptions and attitudes. The differing types of discrimination. The Basics of Equality and Diversity Legislation. The duty of social housing organisations in relation to equality and diversity. What the regulations say. Co regulation equality and diversity. The Legal Case for Equality and Diversity. The Business for Equality and Diversity.
In this webinar you find out about What a board/your board is there to do. Why a planned and sustainable recruitment approach is so important. The role of governance. The process. Should we use tests? Conclusions on successful recruitment.
Effective Board Succession Planning.
In this webinar you find out about Why boards are paying Non Executive board members. How to approach the discussion with members. The Guidance from the NHF. Linking payments to specific duties. Paying Customers on the Board. Reducing the size of the Board. Payment Levels. The Recommended Process.
In this webinar you find out about The difference between a non executive director and executive director. The responsibilities of each. Whether we need both on the board? Why might we want both? How we safeguard against executive dominance? Should the chair be an executive? What regulations in Scotland and England say about this.
The Chairs Role As Leader of The Board.
The Boards Role in Complaints Resolution.
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