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13th September 2019 Jemma Green

How to Own the Changes You Make, No Matter your Position

What is it about?

change / ownership / confidence

‘If you look after the pennies, the pounds will look after themselves’.

‘I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples’.

Many an adage talks about small change. No matter how much experience you have, or your perceived power, we can all take responsibility to help be the change we want to see.

This round table practical workshop will leave you with the courage to make just one small change. With the support of other delegates you will identify something in your organisation that you could do differently — because by changing nothing, nothing changes.

View more information on Inclusivity and Audiences Day 2019 and book your place.

What will I gain?

— Tips to identify small things that you can change within your organisation to make it more inclusive

— Confidence to action your ideas

— How taking ownership of change can make a difference

Who is it for?

This is a practical session for those wishing to make change within their organisation, no matter at which level they are working.

Speaker

Richard Loftus | Director of Sales and Marketing | Town Hall Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Richard Loftus is Director of Sales & Marketing for Town Hall Symphony Hall. He joined the world-class venues from Oxford New Theatre where he was Senior Sales and Marketing Manager.

Richard’s career in arts marketing encompasses both the UK’s second largest theatre operator and the UK’s largest theatre owner/operator and a multi award-winning theatre production group.