Created specially for managers and leaders working in arts and culture organisations. This training supports you to place inclusion at the heart of interactions with your team, enabling you to bring the best out of them and create welcoming, supportive, and highly successful workplaces.
About the Course
Our practical and interactive Inclusive Management training is for anyone who has line management responsibility and is keen to further their managerial practice whilst fostering working environments that are supportive of and energised by difference. In busy arts and culture organisations, it can be tempting for line managers to adopt a rushed or ‘one size fits all’ approach to their interactions with the people on their teams. The result can be unhappy staff and homogenous teams, because those whose needs differ to the bulk of their colleagues’ fail to thrive or may even choose to leave the organisation.
In the session we will focus on what people need in order to do their best work and what a manager can put in place to get optimum value from their staff. We will consider the direct links between inclusive management practices and successfully attracting and retaining diverse talent and work through practical tools and tips to enable you to do so.
As with all of Tonic’s training, our Inclusive Management training has been created specifically with arts and culture organisations in mind. Initially commissioned by the Royal Opera House and delivered to approximately 200 members of its management and leadership teams, the training is purposely built for managers working across all parts of an organisation including administrative, creative, operational and technical.
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All enquiries welcome! If you are interested in booking this course, or just need some more information, please complete the form below and one of our team will be in touch. Or email us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org.