Michael Stotts, Managing Director of the Hartford Stage Company, discusses the importance of transparency and consensus-building when leading an organization through change.
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Patricia Walker, Chief Operating Officer of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, discusses the importance of getting the right people behind an idea and getting staff buy-in when leading an organization through change.
Edward Nichols, President and CEO of History Colorado, discusses the need for a clear vision and staff involvement to create change in his organization.
Greg Carpenter, General Director of Opera Colorado, discusses the value of anchoring change to a strong, articulated vision.
Kathy Keele, CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts, discusses the need for vision, patience, and staff alignment and engagement to successfully lead change in an organization.
Sally Sterling, an executive search consultant within Spencer Stuart, discusses the importance of organization-wide involvement and buy-in when creating change.
Peter Poulos, Senior Director of Communications and Sales at the Detroit Historical Society, discusses the need for leaders to articulate a clear vision and create an inclusive process to successfully implement change in an organization.
Charmaine Jefferson, Executive Director of the California African American Museum, discusses leading organizations through two types of change – problem-solving in times of crisis and continual assessment and evolution.
Dr. Michael Hager, President and CEO of the San Diego Natural History Museum, shares his experience leading his organization through a major shift in mission and culture.
Sean McManus, Senior Director at Film Independent, discusses responding to and leading change in the constantly changing film industry.
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