Are you an aspiring leader working in or with the housing sector? We would like to help you go all the way to the boardroom.

Raising Roofs' aim is to ensure that the sector benefits from the wealth of talented individuals in housing associations of all sizes, companies and organisations that work within the housing sector.

Purpose of Raising Roofs

To develop the talent pool of future leaders

To encourage and support younger, diverse candidates to apply for board roles and responsibilities

To improve governance by encouraging social landlords to become more forward thinking and outward looking

Working with leading board experts, inside and outside housing, you will learn:

What it means to be a board member

Different leadership styles

How to get the message right

Finance, development and risk assessment in the board room

How boards look at growth opportunities

The future is NOW! Career planning for a board role

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If you want to get your governance career started, get on board with the next #RaisingRoofs programme starting Oct 30th.
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#getboardready #goodgovernancematters


Surely it can’t be put any better than that? What an opportunity for young people to develop those skills required for board involvement and begin to actively propel this sector forward! πŸ πŸ™ŒπŸ» #UKhousing

*** 𝗗𝗼𝗻'𝘁 π—Ίπ—Άπ˜€π˜€ π—Όπ˜‚π˜ *** on the Early Bird, available until July 31st, for the next #RaisingRoofs programme starting in October.
Listen to @francis_gater @NatalieTread @elltask @ijayonyechi @RachelBilham
"Definitely, do it" and #getboardready

β€œBoards are better and stronger if they contain a diverse range of people, with differing experience, expertise and skills,” In IH50 today, @Alison_Inman looks at what makes a good board of directors #ukhousing #InclusiveFutures

@RachelBilham @CIHmembership @Helenwordswort2 @DavidLevenson7 Thanks Rachel and thanks for suggesting I contact @RaisingRoofs

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