King’s College London

King's College London - Leading Culture course

King’s College London has launched a dynamic new executive programme for international senior cultural leaders. Taking place in London in April 2017, this eight-day course offers an immersive learning experience in the heart of London, providing stimulation, provocation and access to the leadership of a range of London’s world-class cultural institutions.

The course gives today’s cultural leaders an opportunity to think afresh with an international peer group and to challenge and be challenged on issues of leadership, resilience, creative risk and business innovation.

Historic Royal Palaces (Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle) is one of our cultural partners, offering a live case study day, on-site at the Tower of London.

Deborah Bull, formerly Creative Director of the Royal Opera House and now Assistant Principal (London) at King's and Darren Henley, Chief Executive, Arts Council England will be leading some of the learning on the course.

Over recent years, King’s College London has developed its position at the interface between the needs of the cultural sector and the evidence, insight and academic analysis that can support cultural organisations in achieving their strategic aims and ambitions. Leading culture builds on this strength, harnessing excellence, innovation and distinctiveness to bring together cutting edge theoretical frameworks with dynamic thought leadership.

The course gives today’s cultural leaders an opportunity to think afresh with an international peer group and to challenge and be challenged on issues of leadership, resilience, creative risk and business innovation.

Applications now open.

Apply before end of November 2016 to qualify for our Early Bird offer (terms and conditions apply - see webpage for details)