4 February 2020

With a new year comes new opportunities to develop your skills and knowledge so that you can better serve your team and organisation. Although usually this is much easier said than done.

It can be so easy to get caught up in your day-to-day routine that things like learning, training and personal growth and development all too often fall to the bottom of the priority list.

In order to start the year right, put yourself at the top of your list and join us at the HR and People Development in Housing conference. We’ll give you the dedicated time and headspace to focus on developing your own professional skills, to focus on your knowledge, to focus on you.

So, you know you want to come to this conference, we know you want to come to this conference, but why would your manager agree to send you along?

At the end of it all, you need to be able to showcase the value of the conference and how you can bring it back to your organisation. Here are four reasons why attending this conference will benefit you and your organisation:

  1. Attending HR and People Development in Housing will teach and expose you to new skills.
  2. You’ll learn about the upcoming trends and come up with ways to realign your strategy.
  3. Your usual way of thinking will be challenged and shaken up.
  4. There’ll be loads of opportunities to network with your peers across the sector.

As well as connecting and networking with your peers, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss exactly what you learnt, what the first thing on your to-do list will be, and how you’ll share this with your team back in the office. Being able to share your key takeaways from the day is your most important task from this conference.

Remember, this event is CPD accredited. You’ll leave the conference with CPD credits and a certificate of attendance after you attend.

Make sure you book your tickets to HR and People Development in Housing Conference and Exhibition before Friday 7 February so that you can save £50.

Clive Liggett

Clive is Director of People at the National Housing Federation.

Clive has worked as a HR professional for nearly 20 years and has a passion for supporting HR teams to become an enabling service, and helping organisations achieve their commercial objectives and aspirations for their people. Clive values the importance of both strategic and operational HR, and the importance of every single member of the team to achieving success. Clive is a strong believer in collaborative working and that HR must be truly integrated within the business to achieve the best business outcomes.

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