Develop your leadership skills. Make an impact in your community.
Regional Arts WA in partnership with Arts Margaret River invite you to participate in a dynamic, career developing, two-day Creative Leadership Program.
Designed for organisations, community leaders, local governments, teachers, artists and creative thinkers in the South West, this intensive leadership program will give you the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to build and strengthen your creative leadership skills.
The program is delivered in two modules over two days:
MODULE ONE – BEING CREATIVE
Creative practice skills that everyone can use, no matter the situation.
No background in creative practice is needed to develop these skills.
MODULE TWO – CREATIVITY IN GROUPS
Creativity is most often a group endeavour! Leadership processes for working with groups that need to think laterally and produce creative solutions.
The Creative Leadership Program is led by registered psychologist, Dr Shona Erskine.
Date: Tuesday 8th & Wednesday 9th November, 9am to 4pm
Location: Tanah Marah, 277 Tanah Marah Rd, Bramley
Each participant will be provided two packs of evidence-based resource cards to assist in their leadership development.
Morning/afternoon tea and lunch will be provided each day.
About Dr Shona Erskine
Dr Shona Erskine is a registered psychologist in private practice.
Shona has expertise in delivering psychology for performing artists through professional companies, universities, and in private practice. Dr Erskine has developed curriculum in areas of mental wellbeing and creativity with interest in disseminating best practice models to performing artist, teachers, and directors.
Shona has dedicated her work as an organisational psychologist to understanding creativity and innovation. She leads workshops on the neuropsychology of creative practice and runs facilitation processes that attend to complexity and perspective. In particular, she coaches artists and directors in thinking processes for their artistic endeavours.
The Regional Arts Network is proudly supported by the Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation, and with funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund