Inspired by the HBR article, “Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail,” Nancy Koehn offers these nine planks (and their sequence) necessary for leading a successful change effort.
Ann Williams, Founder of Dallas Black Dance Theatre founder, offers advice to artists starting out.
Charting your path simply comes down to four questions: Where am I now? Where do I want to go? What are the obstacles in between? How do I overcome those obstacles?
Linda Wood, Senior Director of the Haas Leadership Initiative at the Evelyn and Walter Haas,…
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Scholar, lecturer and teacher, Diane Ragsdale, asks some important questions about sustainability in the arts – what it means for organizations and for the field.
Eduardo Vilaro, Artistic Director of Ballet Hispanico, stresses the importance of art as a connector and being true to your mission.
Mulenga Kapwepwe, Chairperson of the National Arts Council of Zambia and Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Leaders faculty, suggests that arts leaders are best equipped to shape the future.
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Deirdre Prins-Solani, an independent heritage and cultural expert in South Africa and Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Leaders faculty member, talks about the interaction between the sacred and public spaces and how that tension creates value.
NAS President and CEO Russell Willis Taylor recently delivered the keynote address to attendees of…
Mary Lou Aleskie, Executive Director of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas, suggest that we should talk about art and culture as a gateway for learning, for empathy building and for civic engagement.
Mary Lou Aleskie, Director of the Hopkins Center for the Arts, talks about the importance of balancing data and passion.
Debra Zimmerman, Executive Director of Women Make Movies, talks about staying focused on the mission (even when if it means saying “no” to money), giving your constituents a voice, motivating staff and capitalization.
Patricia Mooradian, President of The Henry Ford, discusses the key elements necessary to build a great visitor experience — from resources and research to curriculum and web presence.
In this keynote address delivered at the Bolz Center Collegium, NAS President and CEO, Russell Willis Taylor explores the unique leadership demands of cultural enterprise.
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