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Community Housing Cymru Board Network Meeting 14 may 2008

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  • 1. Nick Bennett & Sioned Hughes/Steve Cranston Board Members Network Cardiff May 2008
  • 2. Board Members Network meeting, Cardiff
    • Agenda
    • Introductions
    • Policy Update
    • Feedback from the CHC Governance Review
    • The role and format of Network meetings
    • Networking time
  • 3. Essex Review Update
    • Feedback to Governance and Chief Executives events
    • Early conclusions:
    • The need to move away from detailed control to strategic leadership and enablement
    • Greater clarity on appropriate levels of accountability, including decision making at the most appropriate level in the chain
    • A robust governance and finance framework
    • Adding value from housing investment into regeneration
    • A system which is sensitive to need and is outcome focussed and which manages the right risks
    • A reduction in management and process from the centre
  • 4. Essex Review Update
    • Early wins recommended to Minister:
    • Purchasing existing stock
    • Removing unnecessary Section 9 consents
    • Group structures circular- removing section 5.2 which inhibits creativity and social enterprise.
    • Decentralising Physical Adaptation Grant approvals
    • Pilots to allow for the better use of SHG in carbon reduction
  • 5. Policy Update - The 2008 Context……….Challenges
    • Stock Transfer and Regeneration
      • Financial Inclusion
      • Centre For Regeneration Excellence in Wales
      • EU Convergence
    • Local Government
      • Manifesto
      • PR Campaign
      • Rural Housing Enablers
      • Homebuy
    • Preparing for the Regulatory Review
      • Governance
      • Training
      • Economic Impact Study
      • Credit Crunch!!
  • 6. Governance Review Steve Cranston and Sioned Hughes
  • 7. Governance Review
    • Paul Griffiths, Public Services Consultant
    • Terms of Reference
    • Principles of good governance
    • What working/not working
    • Recommendations
    • What menu of support is needed .
  • 8. Governance Review
    • Work with 3 Housing Associations
    • Interviews with board members
    • Board Member conference
    • Chief Executives conferences
    • Draft report
  • 9. 5 Key Areas For Action
    • Values and principles of public service
    • Board make up, recruitment , appraisal and succession
    • Partnership building
    • Risk and Regulation
    • Learning networks and training
  • 10. Values and principles of public service
    • Citizen and community engagement
    • ‘ Langland’ shared principles
    • ‘ Making the Connections’
  • 11. Board Make Up, Recruitment , Appraisal and Succession
    • Third tenants
    • Shareholding
    • Open appointment
    • Appraisal
    • Succession
  • 12. Partnership Building
    • Partnership working to deliver on shared agendas
    • Local authority nomination to boards
    • Board members active role in partnership engagement
  • 13. Risk and Regulation
    • Regulation and supervision should be risk based
    • Boards should continue to recruit finance specialists alongside other members
    • Training needed
  • 14. Learning Networks and Training
    • Better exchange of experience and skills
    • Stronger networks
    • Peer assessments
    • Mentoring
    • Training
    • Engagement and innovation is key
  • 15. Feedback and Next Steps
    • Sure these the right priority areas?
    • Your chance to comment?
    • Your views on how a menu of support is developed over the coming months?
  • 16. 5 Key Areas For Action
    • Values and principles of public service
    • Board make up, recruitment , appraisal and succession
    • Partnership building
    • Risk and Regulation
    • Learning networks and training
  • 17. Role and Format of Board Network Meetings Steve Cranston
  • 18. Role and Format of Board Members Network Meeting
    • Feedback from Board Member Conference
    • Recommendations
    • What this means for future network events
  • 19. Board Member Feedback – The Do’s
    • Face to face meeting essential
    • Peer networking time vital
    • Conversations need to be more board member led
    • Get input from beyond the world of housing
    • Get information/briefings out in advance
    • Enable more to happen between meetings
  • 20. The Don’ts
    • Long power point presentations …………
    • No time to talk
  • 21. Meeting Formats
    • Pre meeting:
    • Get critical info ‘out’ in advance
    • At meeting – mix of:
    • Formal presentations – on crunch issues
    • Board member conversations
    • After meeting:
    • Connect members - especially online
  • 22. Feedback and Next Steps
    • Are you ok with this proposed format?
    • What crunch issues do you want to talk about?
    • Future meeting venues