Led by Alastair Pearce, this practical training course which will cover the various aspects of how to manage creative people.
The course will be comprised of sessions covering issues such as the characteristics of creative people in the workplace, managing under-performing colleagues, managing 'unreasonable' behaviours, as well as asking attendees to think about how they manage their own creativity.
‘It was really interesting and useful to discuss issues with colleague from across the industry’
‘The best aspect was understanding the characteristics of creative people as well as managing upwards and sideways’
Orchestra and Theatre Managers and those who have to manage actors, musicians, artists and other creative individuals
Develop an understanding of how to recognise the key characteristics of creative people
Understand how to manage your own creativity.
Develop skills in performance management including appraisals
Gain an insight into how to prevent childlike behaviour from becoming childish
Professor Alastair Pearce
After working as National Advisor for Computing in the Arts at Oxford University, Alastair Pearce became a music lecturer at Birmingham Conservatoire, eventually becoming its Vice-Principal. After a spell as head of the University’s Faculty Education he became Principal of Rose Bruford College. He became President and CEO of Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore, and has recently completed a book provisionally entitled Managing Creative People – A guide.
£140+VAT, UK Theatre & SOLT Members, ITC, FST, and ABTT Members
£125+VAT, ABO Members
32 Rose Street Covent GardenLondonWC2E 9ET
+44 (0)20 7557 6700