Leading From Who You Are
- 14 Jun 2023
Emma Haughton and Prince Taylor
We believe that we can all be leaders and that we are at our most impactful when we lead from who we are. Rather than looking outside for leadership traits to bolt on to ourselves, this one day session is an invitation to spend some time looking inside, to get to know ourselves better and to see more clearly how our uniqueness informs both who we are and how we are as leaders. When we step into our authentic self it is from this place that our true potential can emerge.
And, we all exist in context, so as well as space for introspection we will invite you to spend time reflecting on the world in which your leadership exists, how this impacts you, what calls you.
The session will draw from your own individual experience and unique lens on the world. You’ll have an opportunity to work with a live issue and to reflect on your own cultural or artistic practice, with your peers.
About Emma Haughton
Emma is an accredited coach, facilitator, and trainer with over 25 years experience supporting individuals and organisations in the creative and social sectors to realise their vision and potential.
She is co-founder of Generate, a company of coaches and facilitators with a strong belief in the power of human relationships and creativity to support team and organisational purpose and sustainability.
Emma is accredited as a coach with Relational Dynamics; is qualified in Time to Think (Nancy Kline’s Thinking Environment), in Gestalt Coaching and Facilitation and is a Certified Practitioner in Systemic Coaching and Constellations.
Clients, past and present, include East London Dance, Exeter Culture, Rising Arts Bristol, Royal Opera House, Freud Museum, Clean Break, Community Cycleworks and MIND. Emma is a coach for Clore Cultural Fellowship Programme, for Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the Climate Emergency Coaching programme and for Peace Nexus.
She is a Trustee of the Trust for Developing Communities in Brighton, a Member of the Association for Coaching and an RSA Fellow.
About Prince Taylor
A Creative Producer is the easiest way to describe Prince’s work. Taking on different roles dependent on the shape of the collaboration, Prince ensures the power of storytelling remains focal and enhances the experience being designed.
A lot of his work is informed by research into leadership, intersectionality, inclusion and education. Having worked with organisations such as The Watershed, The RWA and Rising Arts Agency, Arnolfini, East London Dance and The Arts Council, his most recent work with CARGO Movement is focused on delivering resources that will innovate how representation in education is approached at a strategic and governance level.