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Creating a Learning & Innovative Culture
Online webinar

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Thu, 28 May from
10:30 to 11:30 (BST)




About the Webinar

This pandemic presents challenges for organisations however these challenges also provide an opportunity for innovation and creative responses to problems.

Cultures which foster creativity to think about challenges and opportunities are more likely to have many more positive outcomes for colleagues, tenants and the housing sector as a whole.

  • How do you create a more supportive, learning and innovative culture in a time of crisis? ​
  • Learn how to put ‘Ideas into action’ alongside a longer term view of how the sector can emerge from the crisis through collaborative ideas and shared learning. ​

THE BIG WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY – The opportunity we have due to the shock of the Coronavirus

THE BIG LEARN - Amplify and accelerate the embedding of best and new practices in the Scottish Housing Sector

THE BIG THINK - Let's put those "Ideas into Action"

How to book

This session is FREE to attend and to book your place use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page or the link below.

Once your place has been confirmed you will receive the link for the webinar which you will use on the day to access it.

We are broadcasting this webinar on Zoom.


Member Price FREE

Non-member Price N/A


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Mark Brown
Dolphin Index

Mark Brown is a thought leader on ‘open thinking’, creativity and innovation. He is Managing Director of the Dolphin Index Organisation as well as a practical academic, researcher, consultant, author of several books and creator of the multiple award-winning ‘Ideas into Action’ video series.

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The Dolphin Index has supported Housing Associations since 2015 throughout the UK in assessing their organisational culture with the aim of improving productivity and innovation as well as creating a more caring and supportive work environment.

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