Elements of the Fellowship
Each Fellowship will include the following:
- A 360° leadership profile.
- Either: an extended secondment in the UK in a cultural organisation. It is normally in an organisation or field very different to your normal workplace or practice. You’ll be working on a live project which is set by the organisation.
- Or an extended period of research supervised by a University in the UK. The topic for research is decided by the Fellow in collaboration with the Clore Leadership Programme and the Arts And Humanities Research Council.
- Bespoke learning opportunities to support your leadership development:
- Two residential leadership courses in Sep/Oct 2019 and Jun/Jul 2020.
- Individually-selected learning through conferences, courses and study visits.
- Working with a mentor and a coach.
- Skills-based non-residential workshops designed by the Clore Leadership Programme.
- A written provocation paper.
- Opportunities to remain engaged with the Programme through additional research or development opportunities such as Clore Plus masterclasses and access to the Clore Alumni Network.
- An event to mark your completion of the Fellowship Programme.
- Opportunity to undertake a period of supervised research after your Fellowship has been completed. If you have not already undertaken a period of supervised research as part of your Fellowship you may submit a proposal for additional funding. If successful the research will be undertaken after you have completed the programme.