The new reality means promoters and venues need to innovative and take an enterprising approach enterprising approach.
Are you ready to step up?
programme explores skills, mind-sets and behaviours required to lead in through
this crisis. You will learn how an enterprising approach can support you to
lead your organisations through this most difficult of times, achieve your
social impact and rebuild your income streams
Who is it for?
This programme has been designed for members of The Touring Network who are active in the creative and cultural sector.
This is a blended learning programme involving both self-led and zoom based facilitated learning.
|Module1: January 2021
- Friday 29th, 2pm - 4pm
- Saturday 30th, 10am- 12 noon & 2pm-4pm
- Sunday 31st, 10am-12 noon
Module 2: March 2021
- Wednesday 17th, 2pm - 4pm
- Thursday 18th, 10am- 12 noon & 2pm-4pm
- Friday 19th, 10am-12 noon
Cost: Programme Fully funded by Creative Scotland
The programme has given me more
confidence as I have been able to focus on my ideas and learned some of the
skills to put ideas into practice.
how to take people with you
on the journey and
bring about change
the needs, benefits and challenges of becoming more entrepreneurial
that can help organisations to identify ways of becoming more entrepreneurial
Your facilitator for this programme will be:
James Hilder has former roles as CEO of Mull & Iona Community Trust, chair of the Argyll & Bute Social Enterprise Network and founder member of the regional Third Sector Interface. Jame now provides consultancy services, delivered through the social enterprise ‘An Roth Associates CiC’.
For more information about James please click here.
David Bryan| Hub Manager, Highlands & Islands
Lorna Jamieson | Office and Senior Learning Administrator