Executive Leadership Development in Heritage Management Workshops
Following both feedback from heritage managers as well as a research program conducted partly by HERITΛGE on the human resources in heritage management in Europe
Duration: Most often each workshop is delivered during a weekend in Elefsina or Athens (Friday to Sunday) and work continues remotely for the next two weeks. At the end a skype-interview is arranged giving feedback for all projects.
If you are interested on any one or all of these workshops do not hesitate to contact us, or click on the bar to the left on the name of the workshop. It is our intention to run workshops on database management, strategy, human resource management and marketing in the next two years. For registration apply below.
Successful Fundraising for Heritage Managers
After its original run in 2015, this workshop, which is supported by the American Express Foundation and is offered in partnership with H2GrowthStrategies LLC, will be offered for a sixth year in February 2020.
Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations
After its original run in 2015, this workshop, which focuses on educating and training cultural/heritage managers to develop a successful strategy in order to attract the attention of key audiences through traditional, new and social media, will run for a fifth year in October 23-25 2019 in Elefsina. The workshop will be led by renowned media consultant Derwin Johnson.
Digital Tools for Heritage Management
This workshop for the use and applications of digital technologies in heritage management ran for the first time 1n June 2018. The workshop’s instructor, Cornelis Stal, is a lecturer and researcher at the University College Ghent and Ghent University (Belgium), where he is working on surveying engineering, geomatics and image-based 3D modelling. This workshop will run next 2-7 June 2019.
Organizing Temporary Exhibitions from your Collections and Touring Strategies.
After its original run in 2016 in partnership with the Victoria and Albert Museum of London, this workshop will be repeated for a fifth year in April 2020 and will be led by Rosie Wanek, Senior Exhibitions Manager at Somerset House and Dana Andrew, a freelance museum consultant and Executive Director of ICOM UK.
Personal Interpretation for Natural and Cultural Heritage
After its original run in 2017, this workshop on Heritage Interpretation will run for a forth time in March 2020 in Elefsina. It will be led by Valya Stergioti, a Heritage Interpretation professional with more than 20-years of experience.
Interpretive Writing for Natural and Cultural Heritage
After its original run in 2017, this workshop on the techniques of Interpretive Writing for Heritage will run for a third time time in November 2019. It will be led by Steven Richards-Price, an Interpret Europe Training Team member and a heritage interpreter with many years of practical experience working for natural resources agencies in Wales, UK.
Human Resource Management
After its original run in 2017, this workshop, which deals with the crucial subject of people management in not-for-profit Heritage Organizations, will run for a third year in October 2019 in Elefsina. The workshop will be led by Prof. Chris Brewster, who, in addition to his academic role and consultancy assignments for many private sector organizations, has worked with the United Nations, many of the UN organizations and agencies, the European Commission, the IFC and the AfDB, NGOs and other international organizations on various aspects of their own human resource management.
After its original run on 2-4 May 2018, this workshop on strategic planning for heritage organizations will run for a third time in May 2020. The course will be led by Asst. Prof. Alexandros Papalexandris, who, aside from his academic role, has more than 15 years’ research and consulting experience in the areas of strategy development and implementation.
Brand New Thinking for Heritage
After its original run in 2015 (Brand New Thinking: Branding Heritage Assets), this workshop also took place in 2016 and 2017.