Resilience, Leadership and Me
Explore your understanding and application of learning best practice, strengthen your leadership skills and develop resilience for change through this new online GEM training course.
“I feel I now have a better grasp on leading styles and can better advocate for learning within my organisation. I believe that it has given me more confidence in my own abilities and power within my organisation.” – Resilience, Leadership and Me Course Attendee
What will you gain?
Resilience, Leadership and Me will provide practitioners the opportunity to develop their understanding and application of leadership in learning organisations, working with stakeholders, advocacy for learning, planning and managing for learning and your personal career journey.
Participants will share skills and explore the principles of resilience and leadership for heritage learning, helping to put your learning it into practice in a meaningful way. Who is it for? We’re all leaders and this programme puts leadership in the context of heritage learning and organisational behaviours.
This course is aimed at learning professionals at any stage in their career. It is most suited to those looking to improve or build upon their practice as leaders within heritage learning. At a time of huge change within our sector, everyone has a part to play in leading the future of heritage learning.
Who runs the course?
Nick Winterbotham is 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.
When and where is it?
13 April 2021, 10:00-12:00 GMT
27 April 2021, 10:00-12:00 GMT
11 May 2021, 10:00-12:00 GMT
25 May 2021, 10:00-12:00 GMT
It will be run online through 4 x 2-hour interactive sessions, ‘at home’ activities, and a participatory discussion forum. Participants are highly encouraged to take part in the live sessions, but they can also catch up with recorded sessions afterwards. The course will be a mix of discussion and sharing of perspectives and experiences, practical work individually and in small online groups and some presentation of theory by the course director.
It is £165 for GEM members and £195 for non-members.
How to apply?
Fill out the course booking form and return to the GEM Office two weeks before the first online training session.
More questions? Get in touch with us!