We have spent countless hours with some of the best minds in academia and the for-profit world exploring ideas and developing educational programs for arts and culture organizations. Imagine if you had an hour with one of these experts.
Talk with an Expert gives you that opportunity. These small group videoconferences allow you to ask questions and engage directly with an expert. During the one-hour live discussion, video and audio, text chat, and other features ensure a robust two-way discussion. Each live discussion is anchored by a short recording in which the expert shares concepts, frameworks and strategies relating to a critical organizational issue which your team will have unlimited online access to prior to the event.
Participation is limited to a small group – only 12 organizations– to allow for the highest level of interaction. We encourage team participation and have put together some suggestions for how to use these sessions for group learning. In addition to the recorded content you will view in advance of the conversation, the live discussion will also be recorded and made available to participants. Following the event you and your participating colleagues will also have access to the NAS staff to continue exploring your questions through the Help Desk.
Dr. Paula Caproni
Paula Caproni serves on the faculty at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. An expert in leadership, interpersonal skills and team development, she teaches both in the U.S. and internationally, is in the process of writing her second book, and consults with public and private sector organizations. Learn more about Professor Caproni »
Edward Hess is a Professor of Business Administration and Batten Executive-in-Residence at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. An expert on high-performance organizations, innovation and strategy, his research focuses on the challenges of managing growth and building enduring organizations. Learn more about Professor Hess »
Diane Burton is an associate professor at the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations. An expert on human resource management, her research focuses on the relationships between organizational systems and practices and their impact on organizational performance and individual career outcomes. Learn more about Professor Burton »
The complex issues involved in leading a cultural nonprofit today can challenge even the most skilled management team. Using our first-hand experience in the arts and working with faculty from leading business and graduate schools, we deliver executive-level programs that help you find new opportunities, manage your resources and lead your organization toward its mission.