In this episode, we look at the importance of storytelling in the sector’s influencing work.
2 May 2018
Our first guest this week is Jessica Levy, Public Affairs Manager at the National Housing Federation, who talks to Katie about the Labour Party housing green paper.
We also take a trip to Grantham to the National Housing Federation’s Influencing Academy. Here, Katie and Rob talk to:
- Dave Smith, External Affairs Manager for London and South East at the Federation, about the Influencing Academy programme
- Charlotte Fischer from Citizens UK, discussing the power of people in influencing
- Joey Jones and Lincoln Hill from Weber Shandwick, about the power of storytelling when influencing
- Evie Copeland from DGHP, Molly Bishop from Stockport Homes and Chris Richardson from Crosby Housing Association – three participants in this year’s Influencing Academy – discussing what they’ve learnt.
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- Labour Party housing green paper – Housing for the Many: https://labour.org.uk/issues/housing-for-the-many/
- Jessica Levy’s blog on the Labour Party housing green paper: https://www.housing.org.uk/blog/labour-commit-to-champion-housing-associations-as-major-providers-of-genuin/
- Lenski’s theory of power: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerhard_Lenski#Ecological-evolutionary_theory
- The Housing Summit: www.housing.org.uk/summit
- Famous Grantham residents: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grantham#Notable_people