Clore Leadership is offering a new round of sessions introducing some of the practical learning undertaken on our residential courses.
The programme kicks off with a free webinar on making tough decisions in a time of financial uncertainty. It will be followed by three workshops covering strategic planning, winding up your organisation, and looking after yourself and others . These workshops are to equip arts and culture professionals with a practical introduction to the selected topics, and will provide them with skills, insight and a deeper understanding of the industry.
The Webinar: Tough decisions - what, how and when? - with Keith Arrowsmith
Date: Friday 26 March 2021
Time: 13:30 - 14:45
Sadly for many cultural organisations the pandemic has created fundamental financial uncertainties.
In advance of decisions due at the end of March to the latest round of Arts Council England Culture Recovery Funds, this free webinar led by Keith Arrowsmith of Counterculture Partnership LLP is for leaders of cultural organisations finding themselves needing to make tough decisions about the future of their organisation, including the potential for closure.
The session will walk you through the decision making process and options available to you whether or not your application for CRF support is successful. The session will explore the rules and regulations applicable to organisations, the range of structural and governance options available, as well as how best to support your staff through what can be an extremely challenging process.
Speaker: Keith Arrowsmith is senior partner at Counterculture Partnership LLP, a multi-disciplinary firm providing practical strategic, finance, and legal consultancy services.
The three workshop sessions that we are offering are as follows.
Session 1: Looking after yourself and others - with Isabel Mortimer
Date: Tuesday 6 April 2021
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
This session will provide strategies for supporting and leading your team through the road ahead. It look at developing boundaries, processing trauma and creating space to look after yourself and others.
Speaker: Isabel Mortimer is an experienced personal and executive coach supporting clients and specialising in leadership development, cultural change, and enabling positive team dynamics.
Session 2: Scenario Planning - with Ellen O'Hara
Date: Thursday 8 April 2021
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
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.
Speaker: 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.
Session 3: Winding up your organisation - with Keith Arrowsmith
Date: Thursday 15 April 2021
Time: 10:00 - 12:30
The financial fall out from the pandemic means that for some organisations sadly they will face the decision to close. This supportive and practically focused workshop led by Keith Arrowsmith of Counterculture Partnership LLP is for leaders of cultural organisations wanting to understand step by step how they manage the closure of their organisation, from statutory steps to compliance, to working with their team.
Speaker: Keith is senior partner at Counterculture Partnership LLP, a multi-disciplinary firm providing practical strategic, finance, and legal consultancy services.
Once you have registered for your session(s), you will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite. A link to the Zoom will be sent out 24 hours before the session. If you do not receive this link, please do check your spam folder and then drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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.