Please note: these initial Brilliant Routes events took place in June & July 2020. Booking is now open for further events as part of the Brilliant Routes series. Find out more and book your place here.
At this transformational time, Clore Leadership is pleased to be working with Clore Fellow Gaylene Gould to curate Brilliant Routes, a strand of programming focused on progression routes for BAME/POC leaders. This forms a key part of our Inclusive Leadership delivery for Arts Council England’s Transforming Leadership programme, which prioritises activities to address existing gaps in diversity in the leadership of culture.
Brilliant Routes will pilot and test different ways to combat the issue of BAME/POC progression using workshops, learning zones, talks and a variety of formats to address issues of influence, allyship, thought-leadership, self-compassion and advancement.
Whilst, in order to create safe spaces for honest reflection, some activities will be closed to BAME/POC leaders only, we are actively seeking partners from the wider cultural sector to champion and facilitate opportunities for structural and lasting change.
#BlackLivesMatter - The Space for Change
Acknowledging the very present challenges of racial injustice profiled in the USA, UK, and through the #BlackLivesMatter movement, we are piloting three workshops exploring ‘The Space for Change’, facilitated by Gaylene Gould:
Workshop 1 Friday 19th June 2020 at 11.00am & Workshop 3: Friday 3rd July 2020 at 11.00am: How to hold your space in times of change
This 2-hour session is for Black leaders in mid/senior roles within organisations who need to regroup, reground and find new compassionate ways to hold their own space during this tumultuous period.
Maximum participants: 10 per workshop. Fee: Pay-What-You-Decide (£12 suggested)
Workshop 2: Friday 26th June 2020 at 11.00am: How to create new space in times of change
This 2-hour session will be for (any) cultural sector CEO's and Artistic Directors who desire to use this time to accelerate greater racial justice, equality and openness within their organisations.
Maximum participants: 10 persons. Fee: Pay-What-You-Decide (£12 suggested)