Thursday 5 November 2020 - Diversity and Community
Keynote: Nina Simon – “Revisioning Relevance: how to build greater community engagement and how boards can make conscious choices to change”.
Provocations on diversity and community engagement from Tom Spurgin (Philharmonia Orchestra), Andrew Barnett (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) and Hilary Jennings (Director of the Happy Museum Project).
Thursday 12 November 2020 - Adaptive Governance
Keynote: Vyla Rollins – “Adaptive Governance: exploring the dynamics of how Boards respond to today’s world.”
Provocations on risk taking and pivoting output in response to the pandemic from Judith Miller (Sayer Vincent), Alan Lane (Slung Low) and Sophie Lewis (National Children's Orchestras).
Breakfast session hosted by Good Governance Institute.
Artistic interlude by Wild Rumpus.
Thursday 19 November 2020 - Values and Risk
Panel debate chaired by Damian Hebron (Nesta) with Andrew Miller (UK Government Disability Champion for Arts & Culture & co-founder of #WeShallNotBeRemoved), Vicki Amedume (Upswing) and Chiara Badiali (Julie’s Bicycle) on the balance between values and risk.
Risk Workshop hosted by Good Governance Institute.
Breakfast session hosted by Voluntary Arts.
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Artistic interlude by Shape Arts.
Thursday 26 November 2020 - The Future of Governance
Keynote: Sir John Tusa, former Clore Leadership chair and author of On Board: The Insider’s Guide to Surviving Life in the Boardroom with a response from Anna Lowe (Smartify co-founder) on on the future of governance.
Provocations from the next generation of trustees, including Matt Wilde (Blaze Arts), Toks Dada (Classical Music Programmer, Curator and Producer) and Tatum Swithenbank (Host, Producer and Roundhouse Trustee).
Closing remarks by Roly Keating (The British Library).
Breakfast session hosted by Cause4.
Artistic interlude by Paradise Works.
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