A virtual away day for your senior team to think about next steps and strategic change, producing a Strategic Action Plan.
A facilitated day-long virtual workshop for up to 8-12 members of your senior team / board of trustees to generate a dynamic response to the months after the lockdown and the longer-term strategic implications and opportunities for your organisation.
We’re all now considering how the aftermath of Covid-19 pandemic might affect society, the economy, politics, human interaction and cultural practice. How might our way of life, the way we work and the way we engage with culture change? What about the business and funding environments? What will the challenges and opportunities be and how can we respond positively and imaginatively? Our virtual away day will help you create the space for your senior staff or board members to think about these issues and develop your ideas, with Counterculture providing specialist industry insights. We will help you think about some of the immediate responses you might make and how your longer-term strategy might adapt or change.
£2,400 + VAT
For further information contact:
Stephen Escritt: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Wilcox: email@example.com
Stephen’s work includes business and strategic planning, facilitation and work on capital schemes. Recent projects include business planning at Walthamstow Wetlands for the London Borough of Waltham Forest and feasibility studies for Dorset County Museum, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, MK Gallery and S1 Artspace in Sheffield.
Tom’s work includes strategic and business planning, finance, management consultancy, interim management and governance. He has worked as a consultant with clients including Tate, V&A Dundee, Nasjonal Museet Oslo, Kunsthal Aarhus, De La Warr Pavilion, DACS, Punch Drunk, Clore Leadership Programme, Royal College of Music, London International Festival of Theatre, Rambert, Hepworth Wakefield, Nottingham Contemporary, Welsh National Opera, British Council, Arts Council England and British Postal Museum & Archive.