Cultural Leadership Programme Publications

CLP Publications

Cultural Leadership Programme Publications

CLP

One of the valued contributions of the Cultural Leadership Programme was the range of reports it commissioned on development priority areas such as diversity and governance.   The programme website is no longer online, but requests for these resources continue, so this page seeks to provide access to the reports most frequently sought out:

MtC

Meeting the Challenge

 

Meeting The Challenge highlights case studies, options and challenges for leadership in the 21st century cultural and creative sectors.

 

Meeting the Challenge

GN

Governance Now

 

These essays review the issues, structures and characteristics of good governance, drawing extensively on the knowledge and experience of contemporary cultural industry leaders, to ensure that the information is vibrant, informed and directly pertinent.

 

Governance Now

Women

Women in Leadership 

 

Whilst some lament the lack of female role models and a decline in priority actions, others list a stream of high profile women as evidence of progress. Surely both views cannot be right. But where is the evidence?

 

Women in Leadership

BAME2

BAME Leadership

 

That BAME leaders are under-represented in the sector is widely acknowledged but if we are to measure progress we need to know exactly where we stand. This report considers the evidence of leaders from BAME backgrounds and provides a benchmark for measuring the progress the sector has made in diversifying its leadership.

 

BAME Leadership

HLL

Heritage, Legacy & Leadership

The HLL conference brought together an eclectic  mix of senior managers, practitioners, academics, policy makers, advisers and experts – influential stakeholders who produced a rich synergy as they explored the thinking, experiences and practices needed to develop bold, creative and progressive heritage leadership.

 

Heritage Legacy and Leadership

CLR

A Cultural Leadership Reader

 

A companion on the leadership journey – a provocation to lead and lead well, the Reader acts as a reference point and critical friend that both supports and challenges, encouraging the next step, deeper reflection & better outcomes.

 

A Cultural Leadership Reader