Managing People in Arts & Culture
WorkInCulture is partnering with Artscape Launchpad to deliver a 3-part series of professional development workshops. These workshops are tailored for creative professionals, artists, and arts administrators working in all disciplines and seeking the tools to propel their personal and professional goals.
Join us on February 8, 2017 from 6pm - 9pm for Managing People in Arts & Culture.
The key to a successful organization or business is acquiring and managing strong talent. In the arts and culture sector, that not only means surrounding yourself with skilled professionals but also commanding the ability to motivate and keep them! So how can you establish and ensure productivity from/for your team? Presenter Sandy Lee will help you decode the need-to-know aspects of human resources and best practices to support a happy, productive, and engaged team.
You’ll walk away knowing:
The fundamentals and best practices of human resources for career go-getters and job seekers;
How to attract and keep happy, productive and engaged champions of your business and/or organization;
How to navigate staffing challenges and opportunities, from examples given from real world case studies from the arts and culture community;
Other arts administrators, with whom you can build a supportive community that shares your challenges.
Presented by: Sandy Lee, CHRL, CPCC, Vice-President, Coach Learning & Development with Reddin Global Inc. (The Emerson Suite)
Skill Category: Administrative
Course Start Date: Feb 08, 2017
Course End Date: Feb 08, 2017
Course Location: Artscape Youngplace - 180 Shaw Street, Toronto ON
Course Provider: WorkInCulture/Artscape Launchpad
WebSite Address: http://www.artscapelaunchpad.ca/project/upcoming-events-workshops/
Skills Category: 3
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We are also offering two other workshops on Partnerships and Collaboration in Arts & Culture and Project Management in Arts & Culture.
Interested in learning and saving MORE? Register for all 3 workshops within this Learning Series and save 20%. Click here for more information.