The past year has tested the confidence of leaders at all levels; we have transitioned to working from home, picked up new projects, taken on new roles and created new networks. For new leaders facing personal and professional challenges, the need to keep going no matter the circumstances has only heightened.
With the arts and culture sector beginning to reopen, Clore Leadership is offering an open online introduction to some of the practical learning undertaken on our residential courses to arts and culture professionals.
The sessions will be 2 hours each and cover shifting to freelancing and how to stand out in applications. These workshops are to equip arts and culture professionals at an emerging level (2 – 5 years experience) with practical skills, a deeper understanding of the industry, and the confidence for the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Each workshop will be led by an experienced facilitator, condensing material that would typically be delivered in Clore Leadership courses such as Emerging Leaders and Leadership Pulse.
About the sessions:
The two sessions we are offering are as follows.
Session 1: How to Stand Out in Applications with Nancy Hitzig
Time and Date: 2pm – 4pm, Monday 28 June 2021
Applications, projects, proposal and pitches: this workshop will help you identify your strengths and put them on paper.
Session 2: Pivoting your practice: The shift to Freelance with Dais Hale
Time and Date: 2pm – 4pm, Friday 2 July 2021
The pandemic has left many leaders in the arts and culture sector reassessing their options, their practice and their future. In this session, Dais Hale offers practical advice and support for those shifting from working within to working alongside organisations to remodel their ways of working, create counter-cultures and affect positive change.
Each session costs £17.50. We are offering some discounted tickets for participants who wish to attend both sessions at £27.
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 email@example.com.
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.