Cultural Leadership Programme commissioned a series of papers on the theme of governance in the cultural and creative sector.
Interview | Kirsty Lang
What makes a good board? What makes a bad one? Where's the line between the executive and the trustees? Join host Kirsty Lang and guests Clare Connor, Moira Sinclair and Gurvinder Sandher as they discuss boards and how to demonstrate good leadership and governance in arts and culture. January 2020.
Website | Arts Council England
Leadership, good governance and investment in people is vital to arts organisations, museums and libraries. Listen to podcasts, read case studies, explore guidance and attend events created by Arts Council England. Regularly updated.
Website | Joanna Baker, Managing Director, Edinburgh International Festival
Guidance | Cause 4
Created and delivered by social enterprise Cause4, the Trustee Leadership Programme is an enriching career development opportunity that covers the key responsibilities of Trustees, governance and strategic planning, charity finance and fundraising.
Guidance | City Values Forum and Tomorrow's Company
Following the publication of the Report on Corporate Culture and the Role of Boards by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), the City Values Forum and Tomorrow’s Company have published a guide entitled Governing Culture: Risk and Opportunity? – a guide to board leadership in purpose, values and culture. Published: September 2016.
Blog post | Lynne Gilbert
Study | Sue Hoyle, Kirstie Hewlett, Laura Jones, Alex Talbott, Ruth Hogarth & Benedict Wilkinson
This report was commissioned by Arts Council England to better understand the current landscape of leadership in the sector and to survey the support available for leaders to address these pressing challenges. Published: September 2018.
Blog post | Sue Hoyle
Study | Cultural Leadership Programme
Report on a conference organised by the Cultural Leadership Programme in March 2009.