30th Jan: CT Webinar – Organisational culture in a turbulent world
Join our free webinar to explore the importance of culture as a catalyst for meaningful and sustainable transformation in social impact organisations.
Today we find ourselves in the eye of the storm from both internal and external pressures. Due to significant constraints in time and resources, there’s a tendency to prioritise system changes without always fully considering their potential impact on the entire organisation. Or indeed a clear understanding of how culture can transform an organisation. As a result, these transformations might fail or not endure. Ultimately, regardless of how advanced the systems are, success heavily relies on the people using them, rather than solely on the systems themselves.
In this webinar we will explore how a clear understanding of your organisational culture can help create a transformation agenda that meets the needs of your organisation and the people you serve. We will hear from organisations that have embarked on an in-depth exploration of their company’s culture, using CT’s CultureScan tool and will discuss how a positive culture is key to deep organisational resilience.
Who should join?
Whether you are a leader, practitioner, or enthusiast in the field, this webinar promises to equip you with valuable perspectives and tools to fully see how culture impacts on any transformation agenda. The webinar is aimed at chief executives, directors, heads, and team leaders across the not-for-profit, charitable and public sectors.
- Tracey McEachran, President, Women in Social Housing, and Senior Associate Consultant, Campbell Tickell
- Francesca Stanyer, Policy & Research Manager, Campbell Tickell
- James Tickell, Partner, Campbell Tickell
- Martina Smith, CEO, Housing Association for Integrated Living (HAIL)
Francesca StanyerPolicy & Research Manager, Campbell Tickell
Francesca is our Policy and Research Team Manager at Campbell Tickell. She has a range of research skills, both academic and professional, covering qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods. She provides project support across the full range of Campbell Tickell’s areas of focus, as well as managing our in-house Policy and Research Team.
James TickellPartner, Campbell Tickell
James is a founding partner of Campbell Tickell, set up in 2004. He has carried out a wide range of assignments throughout the UK and Ireland, primarily for not-for-profit organisations and government agencies.
Martina SmithCEO, Housing Association for Integrated Living (HAIL)
Martina Smith is Chief Executive Officer of HAIL (Housing Association for Integrated Living) since 2017.
Martina has extensive experience working in the housing sector, having worked for Approved Housing Bodies in Ireland for over 15 years in managerial positions and as Chief Executive Officer. She also worked in London for 14 years in senior positions in the Housing Departments of a number of Local Authorities. Her experience in London included housing management, strategic and business planning, governance and financial management.
HAIL has been providing housing and a wide range of tenancy sustainment support to people with severe and enduring mental health difficulties for nearly 40 years, enabling them to live independently in the community.
HAIL has strong ambitions to continue to grow as an organisation providing more homes and support to those most in need. Last year, HAIL delivered mental health tenancy sustainment services to a new high of 589 people and increased the number of homes it provides to 452.
HAIL operates across 13 counties in Ireland and is aiming to expand its housing and support services further under its new Strategic Plan, which will be launched in early 2024. HAIL is actively looking for more opportunities to work in partnership with Local Authorities, other Approved Housing Bodies and developers to provide more quality homes for the people they support.
Tracey McEachranPresident, Women In Social Housing and Senior Associate, Campbell Tickell
Tracey has an extensive experience in senior leadership roles and more recently, as a behavioural change and talent development expert.
Tracey now focuses her commercial knowledge and her creative skills on helping organisations develop diversity and inclusion with the aim of fostering leadership at all levels of an organisation to improve it’s effectiveness and levels of wellbeing. Tracey brings her people skills, her corporate experience and her creative approach to explore and diminish the effects of unconscious bias to fully leverage all the talent within an organisation.