The Getty Leadership Institute is pleased to announce its class of 2014. The cohort includes 39 museum leaders for the Executive Education Program. See press release.

The Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University (GLI at CGU) is dedicated to advancing thoughtful leadership in the museum field. GLI offers executive educational programs, special events, and an online forum to help forward-thinking museum professionals develop their knowledge and skills in order to manage change and forge success.

GLI is a catalyst in engaging dialogues for all seeking to guide museums towards increased social value and greater sustainability. Museums in the twenty-first century are dynamic cultural organizations that are called to embrace innovation, collaboration, and synergy. Museum leaders face evolving challenges with rapidly-changing technologies, shifting philanthropy, and emerging global audiences. Today’s museum leaders are connectors who cultivate skills in management, persuasion, and self-awareness to work effectively with their staff, boards, and wider audiences. In response, GLI offers opportunities to blend theory and practice, synergizing connections at the individual, institutional, and societal levels.

After a hiatus in 2013, GLI is now re-launching programs under the new leadership of Executive Director, Melody Kanschat and Assistant Director, Toni Guglielmo. Applications are being accepted through January 17, 2014 for the three-week 2014 Executive Education Program for Museum Leaders. Visit 2014 GLI Program for more information.

GLI Programs   2014 GLI Program
A new intensive management course designed for directors and other senior-level executives who influence policy, effect change, and are in the first five to seven years of leadership at their museums. Now accepting applications through January 17, 2014.
     
The Compleat Leader   GLI Collaborations
Ongoing activities of GLI include co-sponsored events featuring innovators in the art, cultural, and museum sectors. In June 2013, GLI collaborated with the Center for Curatorial Leadership (CCL), Drucker School of Business at CGU, and Los Angeles institutions for a week-long program offering formal coursework and practicum assignments to the 2013 CCL fellows. GLI works closely with the Instituto de Liderazgo en Museos' PADEM sharing programmatic materials and developing programs that can be offered to institutions throughout Latin America.
     
Other GLI Activities   GLI at CGU
GLI is part of an active center of arts management and leadership programs at Claremont Graduate University. Learn about the Arts Management Program, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-Los Angeles, the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management.

 

getty logo Major funding for the GLI at CGU is provided by the Getty Foundation.

   
 

 

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