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By defining what inclusivity means for you and empowering all staff to make suggestions or raise concerns, you can identify where your work and your organisation are falling short, says Amy Firth.
Becoming a truly inclusive organisation starts at the top, says Cath Hume.
Top-down programmes will never bring about meaningful change, says Cath Hume – so it’s time for arts organisations and funders to shift their approach.
Are we serious enough about how we’re feeling and coping at work – from our life–work balance to our ability to maximise our creativity? Carol Jones addresses some common issues.
How can we best develop leaders for the future? Cath Hume suggests we start by creating more leadership opportunities throughout the organisation.
Lucy Jamieson explains how pooling resources, creativity and ideas rather than working in silos can bring about effective change.
Over 25 years the role of cultural marketers has expanded, but the focus remains on audience relationships. Cath Hume examines the changes and challenges.
How can arts organisations develop the best possible strategy for their customer relationship management and ticketing systems? Helen Dunnett suggests some steps to make the task easier.
It is exciting to explore and own the biases that we impart to audiences, argues Bea Udeh.
Nurturing young people’s talent is a key part of improving diversity in the arts sector, says Jacqueline Haxton.