This tailored programme is designed to enable business owners, senior executives and leaders of design and creative agencies to take time out in a safe, confidential, challenging and supportive space to reflect on and develop key leadership skills that will help them develop and strengthen an effective and creative culture for business growth.
The programme will take place over three workshops during April, May and June 2019. The cohort will be limited to a maximum of 12, ensuring there is time for quality conversations and an opportunity to develop a new network of peers for ongoing support and shared learning.
1:1 coaching sessions can be added for an additional fee as part of this programme.
Closing Date for Applications – 12th April
Booking is via direct application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A preparatory session (via Skype) in advance of the workshops to enable you to meet Emma and ask any questions and to enable Emma to understand your own unique leadership challenges and goals.
Who should attend?
In 2006, Emma made the conscious decision to leave her role as MD at the award-winning Bristol design agency Home. Aware of a lack of confidence in some Designers and a limited understanding of the value of design with many clients, Emma felt moved to direct her energy and focus to help creative Leaders know themselves, their true value and potential.
Since then, Emma has dedicated the past decade to help creative Leaders become more conscious in their roles, confident in their communication and courageous in their business goals. Fiercely passionate about the power of design and creativity, Emma believes empowering creative Leaders to find their unique, authentic voices and helping them establish healthy creative cultures where people flourish, not only makes good business sense but can also have the potential to transform lives and be a power for good in the world.
Emma’s clients include creative agencies, SMEs and corporates, she has delivered leadership coaching and development programmes for clients such as Design Flanders, Gensler and the DBA. She is currently working with 22 UX&D Creative Directors at the BBC. Emma established the design incubator space Spike Design and was previously Chair of the West of England Design Forum – a regional network established to inspire and connect the design community.
Design Enterprise Skillnet training focuses on helping designers and creatives in their careers and their business to up-skill their teams, and attract and service clients in a rapidly changing commercial landscape. Visit here for more upcoming events & workshops for 2019.