Clore Leadership presents a panel discussion providing experiences and insights on leading through change in heritage organisations.
This event is now a written resource – introduction here.
Related case studies on the Youth Hostels Association, how Bristol Beacon gained its new name and Building Trust around African Collections.
This webinar, the last in our Rebuilding Heritage programme, brings together a number of threads from across the series and looks at the leadership lessons learned through times of flux and change.
There are many challenges that leaders need to face and it takes courage and skill to be able to able to lean into your values, distinguish the moments for transformation from those to hold fast, and work effectively with others to achieve productive and useful change.
This dynamic session will bring together an expert panel of leaders who have worked through changes in their own organisations. They will discuss their own experiences as leaders navigating changes within their organisation and share personal reflections on how they assessed a need for change and acted on decisions. Through this discussion you will gain tips, strategies and valuable insights to inspire you on your own journey towards change for your heritage organisation or practice.
We’re delighted to confirm our speakers for this event:
JC Niala, Acting Keeper of Anthropology, Horniman Museum and Gardens
Sarah Robertson, Communications and Special Projects Director, Bristol Beacon
James Blake, Chief Executive, Youth Hostel Association
The session will be facilitated by Clore Leadership Associate Amanda Smethurst, an independent consultant, coach and facilitator with a particular focus on organisational development and strategic planning within the cultural sector.
You will have the opportunity for you to pose questions and comments in advance for the speakers when you sign up to the event and also submit them live on the day.