The impact of the Clore Leadership Programme has been wide-ranging and Fellows have found many different environments in which to be leaders.
Some have founded new charities, businesses or are working independently; others have returned to their jobs with renewed confidence, added dynamism, more extensive networks and advanced skills; and yet others have moved into new jobs.
As a Clore Fellow, you become part of an extensive network of cultural leaders spread throughout the UK and beyond, from countries such as Canada, China, Egypt, India and the Middle East. The Clore Network of over 384 Fellows and 1600 Clore Leaders of our residential courses work across the cultural sector and are a constant source of inspiration, knowledge and expertise. We stay in touch with them regularly through a newsletter and an active Facebook group with occasional invitations to events and further masterclasses.
One of the most powerful aspects of the Fellowship is the bond which participants develop with one another and which provides ongoing support throughout their career. Fellows continue to learn long after the Fellowship. Many organise development and training days, open events, and other opportunities for engagement with one another and the wider network. They reach out to the sector as speakers, contributors, mentors, or by developing independent leadership initiatives such as the Cultural Leadership Programme at Curve, Leicester; or Arts Think South Asia.