The Claremont Graduate University (CGU) is pleased to announce that the Getty Leadership Institute (GLI) has a new Executive Director, Melody Kanschat. (Click here to read the full press release.) We encourage you to e-mail Melody at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts about future GLI programs.
The Getty Leadership Institute (GLI) at Claremont Graduate University (CGU) provides educational opportunities designed to enhance the leadership of experienced museum professionals and strengthen institutional capabilities. GLI's offerings—including transformative educational programs; convenings of policy makers, academics, and practitioners; and collaborations with international partners—support the museum community by helping current and future museum leaders navigate the field's most pressing challenges and opportunities. The museum environment is one confronted by ever-changing technologies and philanthropic patterns, competing values, and cultural and global competition. GLI's intensively focused programs bring museum executives together to discover the right questions, set priorities, and think strategically. GLI alumni are better equipped to encourage innovation and creative collaboration, resulting in more relevant and sustainable museums.
GLI at CGU Programs Professional development programs designed exclusively for museum professionals—including directors, board members, curators, senior executives and staff deeper within the organization—each addressing challenges pertinent to their respective roles.
Online Resources Through its online resource and blog, Compleat Leader, GLI offers articles and opinions of interest to the busy museum leader. A variety of topics are covered, including leadership and governance, organizational behavior, values and trends.
Other GLI at CGU Activities
Collaborating with others in service to the museum field. Advising on and providing customized learning strategies for museum associations, ministries of culture and museums throughout the world. Convening policy makers, academics, and practitioners to pose, question and reframe issues of significance affecting cultural organizations.