09/02/2022

  • Are you a Committee Chair?

    Our Committee Chair Network in partnership with Abri Group, is an opportunity to meet and connect with other Committee Chairs in the housing sector, explore topical issues and hear from expert speakers.

    Our next networking session will be held on Wednesday 9 February at 2pm and will look at cultural assurance: how boards and committees assure themselves that they are setting the ‘right’ culture and that the organisation actually lives its values.

    We will be joined by Rina Goldenberg Lynch from Voice at the Table a diversity and inclusion consultancy, who focus on culture change, particularly in the context of Inclusion. Rina regularly works with executive teams and boards to help them understand and fulfil their responsibilities in setting the right tone for organisational culture.

    Guest Speaker:
    Rina Goldenberg Lynch

    Rina Goldenberg Lynch

    Rina will be joined by other committee chairs, as we seek their thoughts and experience in this area, before we open up for wider discussion. 

    This is an invite only event - If you are a Committee Chair and would like to attend, we would be delighted to welcome you to the group.  For further information please contact us.

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