Clore Leadership

Clore Leadership Intensive

4th - 15th November 2019
Slaley Hall, Northumberland

Deadline for applications: Tuesday 11 June, 12pm.

The course content is grounded in experiential learning and rich with real-life examples shared by experts from across the cultural and corporate sectors.

essential professional and personal development for cultural leaders today

Typically Leadership Intensive course participants will have had some leadership experience perhaps as a team leader within an organisation; as the founder director of their own arts/cultural organisation or enterprise; leading a department within a large organisation; or working as an individual practitioner leading on projects. They are confident in having responsibility for teams and projects and have some experience in setting strategic direction. They will have undertaken some leadership development previously alongside relevant sector skills development training. They will have had at least five years’ experience working in the cultural sector.

Since September 2014 Clore Leadership has offered bursaries for its Courses, confirming its commitment to equality and diversity in cultural leadership. These include a Caring Support Fund, BAME Leaders Bursary and Disabled Leaders Bursary. These bursaries are open to applicants who are resident in the UK unless otherwise specified. All information on bursaries can be found on our website.

"I was really surprised by what the [Leadership Intensive] delivered: a strikingly clear drilling down into what it is to lead and communicate, an opportunity to interrogate my values, and an understanding of how I might help our company move forward in conversation with a changing world…I know it’s going to be endlessly useful moving forward." Leadership Intensive Participant

Applications are now open for the November 2019 Leadership intensive. More information and details for how to apply here.

Closing date for all applications is noon, Tuesday 11 June 2019.