Posted on April 18, 2016Posted by Guest Blogger
Blog by Prue Skene, Leadership in Governance facilitator and Clore Leadership Programme Governance Associate.
I’ve led on board development for the Clore Leadership Programme for the cultural sector for some eight years now, and during that time have worked with dozens of arts boards. I’m now about to take some of that expertise and experience into the social sector, swapping from cultural to social leadership and devising a Clore Social Leadership workshop for Chairs and CEOs attending as pairs.
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Tags: Arts & culture; Board of Trustees; Chairs and CEOs; Charity; Chief Executives; Clore Leadership; Clore Social Associates; Clore Social Leadership workshops; Collaboration; Governance; Leadership; Leadership development training; Third sector; Trustee.
Posted on April 12, 2016Posted by Guest Blogger
Blog by Emily Sun: Catalysing and Leading Change short course facilitator and HR specialist.
I’m certainly not the first to write that the UK’s social sector is facing significant and disruptive challenges: decreases in public funding sources, increased pressure to deliver measurable outcomes and results, and an unprecedented knock in the public’s trust in the sector as a whole. The demands on leaders within the sector are greater than ever, and the ability to lead change effectively is becoming an increasingly critical skill.
Tags: Change management; Charity; Chief Executives; Clore Social Associates; Clore Social Leadership; Clore Social Leadership workshops; Leadership; Social change; Values.
Posted on March 21, 2016Posted by Sue Brown
What happens when you get people from three different leadership programmes together for a day? The joint workshop with Clore Social Leadership, Clore Leadership and the BBC Senior Leadership Programme did just that.
Tags: Clore Leadership; Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Collaboration.
Posted on February 1, 2016Posted by Michelle McCrindle
Almost 100 years ago the famous Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli said: ‘eating is not merely a material pleasure. Eating well gives a spectacular joy to life and contributes immensely to goodwill and happy companionship. It is of great importance to the morale.’
Tags: Campaigning; Clore Social Fellows; Health and well-being; Older populations; Volunteering; Welfare.
Posted on November 17, 2015Posted by Jane Bruce
Jane Bruce believes that young people have the answers to youth unemployment, so she's getting a bunch together to hack out a solution.
So I’m in the home straight of my two year stint on the Clore Social Leadership Programme and my final challenge is to produce a piece of practice-based research.
Tags: Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Employment; Youth sector.
Posted on September 23, 2015Posted by Cordelia Osewa-Ediae
I have been reflecting recently on how leadership is often described as a lonely and serious experience. Without a doubt these two words describe aspects of leadership, but a leader who can only be described as lonely or serious is unlikely to be inspirational. And inspirational is what all leaders should be.
Tags: Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Collaboration; Leadership.
Posted on September 17, 2015Posted by Jean Demars
Jean Demars has recently left his role at Praxis where he set up and developed a housing programme for destitute migrants, including support to street outreach services, volunteer hosting scheme and a cross-subsidised model of housing. He is now a consultant to the homelessness and migration sectors.
Jane Rowley is a researcher and lecturer who spent much of her career working directly with people affected by addiction. She is currently investigating the practical application of support mechanisms for ex forces personnel & their families with a focus on trauma and recovery.
They chose to collaborate in writing this blog to share some of the commonalities experienced in practice and start a conversation about how we might work more collaboratively across sectors. This blog, using Jean’s recent trip to Calais as a starting point is intended to be the first in a conversation which we hope will be expanded by other Clore Fellows in the months to come.
Tags: Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Collaboration; Housing; Migrants.
Posted on August 26, 2015Posted by Michael Cooke
Three months ago, I didn’t really know anything at all about international development – the paths of UK-based charities like Marie Curie and international NGOs don’t often cross. Since then, I have had the extraordinary opportunity of spending my some of my Clore Social secondment in Ethiopia, learning about how Retrak transforms the lives of highly vulnerable children, many of whom live or work on the streets. The work of Retrak’s Community Development Workers absolutely blew me away, and has sent my head spinning about impact measurement, empowerment and long term change.
Tags: Charity; Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; International; Leadership.
Posted on August 24, 2015Posted by Kate Stanley
Our current blog series looks at how social organisations are benefitting from the Clore Social Fellowship. 2011 Fellow Kate Stanley shares here how the NSPCC is challenging conventional communications, thanks to the time she spent with the FrameWorks Institute during her Fellowship.
Tags: Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Policy.
Posted on July 27, 2015Posted by Emily Georghiou
During my recent visit to Washington DC, I had the pleasure of meeting Holly, Edna and Marion. Together, these three sparky seniors run one of DCs growing networks of Senior Villages. Far from the retirement village I imagined, these three older women have built their Senior Village right within Glover Park - where they have collectively lived for 150 years – helping make their community a better place to grow older.
Tags: Charity; Clore Social Fellows; Clore Social Leadership Programme; Older populations.
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