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We are committed to helping visionary organisations and their leaders to create and embed transformational change… and that commitment doesn’t stop when the programme ends. We want all cultural organisations to access the best support to create change and build resilience. So whether you are starting on your change plan or looking for advice about stakeholders, engagement, organisational culture, developing vision and strategy, we’ve developed change models, tools, and resources for you to use.
Starting this autumn, and next June we’ll be working with new cohorts of leaders to test new ideas and share insights. Tailored support, mentoring, coaching, leadership development, employee engagement, facilitation, strategic development… people make it work has the expertise and industry insight to support you and your organisation, so we’d love to hear from you.
If you’re ready to tell us about your change plans, the application form is here and it’s super easy – just three questions.
If you’d like to talk more about the programme, about your change plans then get in touch by simply filling in your email address below and we’ll send you more information. You’ll also find lots of information on our FAQs page.
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Inpress is the UK’s specialist in selling books produced by independent publishers. It supports around 50 independent publishers to reach their audiences by managing their sales and marketing to the book trade. They produce around 300 books a year on a range of subjects.
The iconic Royal Opera House is home to two of the world’s greatest artistic companies - the Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet, performing with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. The aim is for many more people to enjoy and engage in exceptional opera and ballet; seeking to strengthen the excellence of its output and open up to…
Turner Contemporary is known internationally for its unique approach to community-led commissioning and support of children’s leadership through the arts. It brings world-class art and people together in innovative ways, which other organisations want to harness. Karen established the Learning Programme, pioneering the use of Hands on Philosophy, which is a creative facilitation technique, incorporating Philosophical Inquiry.