|Venue:||National Museums Liverpool|
127 Dale St, Liverpool
GEM's Advanced Workshop: The Learning Curve to be held on 11 June 2020 at National Museums Liverpool.
GEM’s Advanced Workshop: The Learning Curve has been developed to support the leading professionals of museums and cultural organisations in building resilience through learning and innovating. By exploring what it means to be a learning organisation, discussing the issues surrounding it and planning for the future, you will discover the rewards of embedding learning throughout your workplace.
In this programme we are exploring how the learning agenda can be viewed in the broadest terms so as to drive purpose, decision-making, fundraising, community engagement, social enterprise, recruitment, leadership structures and good practice for the whole organisation.
Our next course will be on Thursday 11 June 2020 at National Museums Liverpool. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and book on!
Who is it for?
The workshop is for anyone in the heritage and cultural sector who is interested in transformational leadership and learning as an organisation. It is best suited to those in leadership positions, like directors, CEOs, trustees and managers. We encourage attending with a learning officer (or equivalent) from your organisation in order to share insights and pool resources to move forward holistically, following the workshop.
Who runs the workshop?
The workshop has been devised and led by Nick Winterbotham, a former director and chief executive of many prestigious museums, including Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, National Railway Museum, York, and the Museum of East Anglian Life. Nick is now the managing director of Nick Winterbotham & Associates, delivering high quality consultation and training on leadership, heritage learning and team development, amongst other subjects. He says:
The fee for GEM members is £145, or £220 for a pair from the same organisation. The fee for non-members is £180, or £270 for a pair from the same organisation. A pair can attend at the member’s discount if one person in the pair is a personal GEM member, or if their organisation has an institutional membership.
This workshop was developed in 2017 in collaboration with AIM with thanks to Arts Council England funding.