Seminar gives leadership teams tools and time to work on strategy

By NAS     May 28, 2010

One of the biggest challenges leaders face when trying to develop strategy is getting away from the day-to-day demands of running an organization. NAS’ three-day Strategy seminar gives leadership teams the tools, time and space to reflect on and discuss their organizations' big picture.

This retreat-like working session will enable your team to create a shared vision and focus on how to best use your limited resources to achieve your mission and create a healthy organization. Outstanding faculty will lead you through case studies, class discussions and team exercises as your team analyzes and articulates what makes your organization unique and explore how to leverage that to deepen your relevance within your community.

Strategy is being presented in Nashville, October 28-30 for leadership teams from arts and culture organizations across the country. All participating teams will attend with an Organization Fellowship covering the $1250 team tuition. Additional travel support will be available to all teams from outside the Nashville area to help with the cost of travel and lodging. A simple application process will be used to identify a diverse mix of medium and large organizations. Applications must be received by August 27 to be eligible.

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