Clore Leadership Experience

About the Clore Leadership Experience

Clore Leadership is offering an open online introduction to some of the practical learning undertaken on Clore residential courses to arts and culture professionals.

The sessions will be 2 hours each and will cover fundraising, strategic planning, well-being and entrepreneurship. These workshops are to equip arts and culture professionals with practical skills and a deeper understanding of the industry.

Each workshop will be led by a Clore Associate, condensing the material that they would typically deliver in Clore Leadership courses such as Emerging Leaders and Leadership Pulse.

 

About the sessions:

The four sessions that we are offering are as follows.

 

Session 1: Self Care and Resilience with Lucy Duggan

Date: Tuesday 1 December 2020

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

This session will provide information and motivation to support you as you build personal resilience looking through the lenses of Choice, Connection, Creativity and Centredness and the role that these concepts have to play in how we strengthen ourselves.

Director of Light Box Leadership, Clore Fellow of the Wellcome Trust and a pioneer in public mental health promotion, Lucy Duggan also coaches and trains companies in the UK and internationally on a variety of leadership subjects, her specialism being resilience.

 

Session 2: Fundraising with Nancy Hitzig

Date: Thursday 3 December 2020

Time: 12:00 - 14:00

This session will look at the fundraising trends and landscape in a COVID-world, looking at different types of income and prospecting. Expect bid writing tips, practical exercises and real-life examples. Come with a project in mind!

Nancy Hitzig has been a professional fundraiser for over a decade in Canada and the UK. Working in the arts, culture and heritage sectors, Nancy has raised millions for organisations and is deeply passionate about supporting a thriving creative class – particularly music makers, dancers and artists.

 

SOLD OUT Session 3: Scenario Planning with Ellen O'Hara

Date: Tuesday 8 December 2020

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

This session will look at how best to continue forward planning in a with-Covid world. It will use theory and theoretical frameworks, illustrated through application and case studies, with the opportunity to set an overall direction for your team or organisation. There will be a chance to look at how to make decisions in uncertainty.

Ellen O’Hara is an independent coach with a background in cultural, creative and social entrepreneurship and 20 years experience spanning the private, public and third sectors. She has designed and delivered enterprise and business development programmes for Nesta, Arts Council England, Innovate UK, British Council and Creative United.

 

SOLD OUT Session 4: Entrepreneurship with Sade Banks and Matt Wilde

Date: Monday 11 January 2021

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

This session will look at how arts and cultural organisations can be entrepreneurial in the face of the current funding challenges, adopting aspects of other sectors and looking at different business models for longevity.

Sade Banks is an award-winning social entrepreneur and the founder of Sour Lemons, a charity addressing the lack of diverse leadership within the creative and cultural sectors.

Matt Wilde is a Manchester-based musician, producer and founding Director of Blaze; a youth-led charity that aims to develop the next generation of creative producers. Matt is a Trustee on the board of Brighter Sound and the Bridgewater Hall.

Both Sade and Matt are current Clore Fellows.

 

Session 5: Fundraising with Nancy Hitzig

Date: Friday 8 January 2021

Time: 12:00 - 14:00

This session will look at the fundraising trends and landscape in a COVID-world, looking at different types of income and prospecting. Expect bid writing tips, practical exercises and real-life examples. Come with a project in mind!

Nancy Hitzig has been a professional fundraiser for over a decade in Canada and the UK. Working in the arts, culture and heritage sectors, Nancy has raised millions for organisations and is deeply passionate about supporting a thriving creative class – particularly music makers, dancers and artists.

 

Session 6: Self Care and Resilience with Lucy Duggan

Date: Wednesday 13 January 2021

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

This session will provide information and motivation to support you as you build personal resilience looking through the lenses of Choice, Connection, Creativity and Centredness and the role that these concepts have to play in how we strengthen ourselves.

Director of Light Box Leadership, Clore Fellow of the Wellcome Trust and a pioneer in public mental health promotion, Lucy Duggan also coaches and trains companies in the UK and internationally on a variety of leadership subjects, her specialism being resilience.

 

Session 7: Scenario Planning with Ellen O'Hara

Date: Monday 18 January 2021

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

This session will look at how best to continue forward planning in a with-Covid world. It will use theory and theoretical frameworks, illustrated through application and case studies, with the opportunity to set an overall direction for your team or organisation. There will be a chance to look at how to make decisions in uncertainty.

Ellen O’Hara is an independent coach with a background in cultural, creative and social entrepreneurship and 20 years experience spanning the private, public and third sectors. She has designed and delivered enterprise and business development programmes for Nesta, Arts Council England, Innovate UK, British Council and Creative United.

SOLD OUT Discount:

We are offering a discount for participants who wish to attend the first four sessions. If you wish to attend these four sessions, please click on the 'Discount' ticket offer which will give you the fourth session for free.

Cost:

Each session will cost £17.50

We are offering a discount for participants who wish to attend all four sessions. If you wish to attend all four sessions, please click on the 'Discount' ticket offer which will give you the fourth session for free.

 

Registration:

Once you have registered for your session(s), you will receive a link to the Zoom meeting via your email confirmation.

Please input your information via the Zoom link to access the meeting.

 

Refunds on customer cancellations

We do not offer refunds and are not able to transfer bookings to other events for bookings made and subsequently cancelled by the customer.

 

Postponement or Cancellations By Clore Leadership

Clore Leadership reserves the right to postpone or cancel an event if necessary. This will only be under exceptional circumstances and Clore Leadership will endeavour to provide as much notice as possible. In this instance your place will either be automatically transferred to another course or a refund will be issued.