Clore Leadership is the lead partner for the British Council Mexico’s Creative Leadership Programme 2021.
Running from mid February to end March 2021, this innovative cross sector online programme is working with eight cultural leaders from across Mexico supporting them in their development as cultural leaders, with a key focus on governance, through a specially curated programme featuring a range of Clore contributors and facilitated by Clore Leadership Associate Richard Beecham.
The course features content from a range of contributor designed to share with participant models and practice around in governance from the UK, as well as provide learning and deep reflection around their own leadership. Course participants will also receive mentoring from industry experts around their own governance project to be rolled out beyond the course.
Collaboration: Place: Change is a new leadership programme designed to equip current and next-generation creative and cultural leaders with the skills they need to drive creative, social and economic change across Norfolk and Suffolk. There are three stands to the programme
- CPC+ for existing senior leaders to offer support and collaborative learning as the regions meet the challenges of Covid-19.
- CPC Developing Leaders for cultural leaders who have 5+ years’ experience
- CPC Emerging Leaders for leaders who have up to 5 years’ experience
Each programme is carefully tailored to meet the needs of the cohort and the cultural sector in Norfolk and Suffolk and makes use of both physical and virtual working.
CPC is one of 18 projects nationally supported by the Arts Council England Transforming Leadership Fund. The fund was established to address specific issues around diversity across leadership, opportunities for emerging and early career leaders, and the development of executive skills at senior levels.
The Collaboration: Place: Place programme is managed by the National Centre for Writing on behalf of the New Anglia LEP Culture Board, and delivered in partnership with the Clore Leadership, Achates Philanthropy and the University of East Anglia. The Programme is supported by Arts Council England, New Anglia LEP Innovative Projects Fund, Suffolk County Council, Norfolk County Council, Norwich City Council and other cultural organisations in Norfolk and Suffolk.
Rebuilding Heritage is a UK-wide free support programme, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, to help the heritage sector respond to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rebuilding Heritage supports the heritage sector, in its broadest sense, to respond to the crisis and to transition to recovery.
It will provide training, advice, and support through:
- One-to-one and group coaching and training sessions
- Opportunities for knowledge sharing
- Open access webinars
- Online guides and case studies
Across the heritage sector many organisations are being forced to rethink how they operate, why and who for. At this point of change, as well as difficulties there are also opportunities which can be embraced. Rebuilding Heritage will bring organisations together to share best practice, to find solutions to problems, and to develop a broad collective vision of the future for the sector.
This is a UK-wide programme covering England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
The programme is coordinated by The Heritage Alliance and will be delivered through a partnership with Clore Leadership, Creative United, the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, and Media Trust. It is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.