Oxford Cultural Leaders

Oxford Cultural Leaders is a week-long residential leadership programme for museums, heritage and the arts running from 10-15 April 2016 in Oxford and delivered in partnership with the Said Business School.

This programme is aimed at dynamic and reflective CEOs, directors, heads of department and senior managers who want to challenge and redefine their identity as a leader and their vision for their organisation at a time for great change and complexity in the cultural sector. Oxford Cultural Leaders addresses the need for cultural organisations to reinvent themselves as businesses, albeit not-for-profit, with entrepreneurial ways of thinking and behaving, by developing a strong group of leaders who are able to skilfully and confidently tackle these challenges.

The course utilises cultural sector expertise from Oxford and beyond, and the knowledge of our colleagues at the Saïd Business School. The faculty includes Dr Pegram Harrison, Fellow in Entrepreneurship at the Saïd Business School, Di Lees, Director General, Imperial War Museums, Janet Barnes, formerly of York Museums Trust, and Alan Rusbridger, formerly of the Guardian

By the end of the programme participants have greater insight into themselves as leaders; reflecting on their vision, values, impact, behaviours and attitudes.They are better equipped to deliver a more robust and resilient solution to the challenges ahead.Delegates will leave the programme feeling more confident to take charge of themselves, their teams, and the tasks in hand.

The course will cost £2,500 including accommodation at Trinity College and meals, and there are some scholarships available

For full details, & to apply, please see here

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