Perspectives and Tools that Support Sanity in the Busy World of TYA will give participants strategies for realizing their boldest organizational and professional visions as 2017 begins. Professional coach Nancy Hemesath provides a framework that clarifies the process of creating successful programs in the midst of inevitable push back in life’s challenges. Hemesath uses her extensive nonprofit leadership background to uniquely tailor her coaching to the needs of TYA professionals at all levels. This workshop focuses on keys to team success, giving participants unique insight and practical skills that fuel boldness, creativity, and strategic rigor in their daily work.
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The Professional Development Team is planning these topics for the months ahead. More information TBA. Subject to change.
▪ February: Case Studies in Community Partnerships
▪ March: One Theatre World 2017 Preview
▪ April: Fundraising and Audience Retention
▪ June: Hot topics from One Theatre World and the ASSITEJ World Congress
Do you have an idea for a future webinar? Are you interested in organizing and/or moderating the event? We’d love to hear from you!
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Karen Sharp is a current TYA/USA Board Member and the Managing Director of Seattle Children’s Theatre.
Alicia Lark Fuss is the current TYA/USA Board Secretary and the director of education at Nashville Children’s Theatre.
Matthew is a current TYA/USA Board Member and the Artistic Director of of The Omaha Theater Company (The Rose).
Jeremy is a current TYA/USA Board member and professor at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
Photos: The Day John Henry Came to School at Chicago Playworks (DePaul University) – Photo: Michael Brosilow
Reflections of a Rock Lobster at Boston Children’s Theatre – Photo: Saglio Photography, Inc.