Price: £25 full price, £15 reduced price
This one-day ScreenSkills course, in partnership with Leeds International Film Festival and TaylorKerek, aims to tackle the lack of structured leadership and management training within the film industry, where many new leaders are expected to ‘pick it up on the job’. Much of the available training is too generic for those in the film sector, without an understanding of the industry’s context and unique characteristics.
This one day practical leadership course, specifically for anyone in the film industry who is in any sort of leadership role or those would like to move into a more managerial position, will help you consider your leadership skills beforehand, take you through key skills and enrole you into a small group of peers to offer support afterwards.
Delegates will learn how to:
• Motivate and inspire
• Build work relationships and trust
• Identify and use different leadership styles in different contexts
• Identify when a particular style is working and when it is not
• Delegate effectively
• Inspire creativity
• Lead without having line management authority
• Identify characteristics of good leaders
• Ensure financial accountability
• Inspire collaboration
• Develop coaching skills where the leader acts as a supportive catalyst
• Develop effective time management and doing what is needed at the right time
Wheelchair viewing spaces and Essential Companion seats. Please contact the Box Office to discuss available options for specific performances, any access requirements, or Essential Companion Scheme. Level access to the Town Hall is available via the City Centre Box Office, to the right of the main entrance on The Headrow. Lift to stalls and gallery areas. (Please be aware that the Leeds Town Hall lift cannot be used for evacualtion puropses. Gallery seats should only be booked if independent evaculation via the stairs in case of an emergency is possible.) Accessible toilets are provided on stalls and gallery levels. Baby changing facilities are available in the stalls and gallery level accessible toilets. Lower counter points are available at the Box Office and in the Brodrick Bar. The venue is eqquipped with a closed loop system for the hard of hearing. Support dogs welcome. Designated on street Blue Badge Parking can be found nearby on Oxford Place, Alexander Street, Rossington Street and Portland Crescent. Blue badge holders can also park on street in any 'general' Leeds City Council controlled pay and bisplay bays (i.e. bays which are not Blue Badge bays) on their Blue Badge, free of charge without a time limitation. Please be aware parking is not available at Leeds Town Hall.