Diversity in the Arts Leadership Lab Livestream
Daring to Take on Wicked Challenges
Tuesday, August 14th | 3 – 5 PM EST
Today’s organizational challenges are more complex than ever. The best creative leaders balance strong business-savvy with an inventive vision. This workshop will provide insight on proven strategies to help participants make possible more creative and challenging projects that develop their skills and help them stand out at work. This TED-style session aims to cover topics like: taking risks, recovering after failure, communicating new ideas clearly, identifying existing expectations and priorities, and increasing revenue and efficiency.
Robyne Walker Murphy, Executive Director @ Groundswell
Kweighbaye Kotee, Founder @ Bushwick Film Festival
Donald Borror, Executive Director @ Dorrance Dance
May Malik, Director of Public/Private Partnerships @ NYC Office of the Mayor – NYC Service
You can register for in-person (in Midtown NYC) or tune in virtually (from anywhere in the country) for this inaugural leadership development workshop. There are only ten in-person tickets so, act fast.
This workshop is a part of Arts & Business Council of New York’s inaugural Diversity in Arts Leadership Labs – an investment in mid-career professionals who are motivated to push into senior arts leadership. This is part one of a three part-professional development series:
July 9: Marketing Yourself and Your Arts Organization
August 14: Daring to Take on Wicked Challenges
September 10: Navigating Traditional Nonprofit Structures
Learn More Here: www.artsandbusiness-ny.org
This program is generously supported by the Mertz Gilmore Foundation and Americans for the Arts.