A Conversation Led by Dewey Schott
As passionate leaders working in under-resourced organizations facing myriad demands on our time and energy, the risk of burning out is high. In this webinar, Leadership Coach Dewey Schott guides you step-by-step through identifying the pressures impinging on your work-life balance, and offers specifc models to help relieve those pressures and regain optimum energy and leadership potential.
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On the passing of George Stoney.
In 2010 and 2011, NAMAC set out to better understand the challenges, opportunities and emerging strategies for independent media arts organizations in the digital era. Through four regional gatherings, a total of 64 media arts leaders in Boston, Philadelphia, the San Francisco Bay Area and Texas shared their experiences. Following the gatherings, NAMAC commissioned a series of eight case studies to learn more. This Report from the Field synthesizes key findings from all four convenings and incorporates rich illustrations gleaned from the case studies.
NAMAC is pleased to announce the participants in our third Leadership Institute for Visual Arts Organizations.
I have been thinking about my time at NAMAC and in a larger way, about how this practice of looking back can be helpful in my future work as an arts professional.
Seventeen leaders from thirteen member organizations met for five days this August in rural Oregon to develop their leadership capacities and establish deep peer connections.
I’ve been thinking a lot about listening as a critical leadership skill. The best leaders I’ve known have been great listeners.
In a survey released earlier this year, the Conference Board discovered that job satisfaction among workers in the United States is at its lowest level in two decades.
NAMAC is now recruiting candidates to run for positions on its Board of Directors. Nominations are due to the NAMAC office by 5pm. Candidates must submit a short paragraph (100 words or less). The statement should include biographical information and a compelling argument for electing the candidate to the board.