Do you know that feeling of suddenly seeing something clearly? While collecting articles for this week’s round-up, we suddenly saw a clear theme emerge: the work-life balance. Or as we like to call it, the life balance. READ more about how to make room in your work life for you in an HBR article, and why procrastination has nothing to do time management or self-control. Not sure how we felt about procrastinating going forward, but at least we now know why we do it! In GO, we have exciting panels, talks, and conversations for you and the ever-popular Target First Saturdays at Brooklyn Museum. And as always, if you’re out for a new challenge, our APPLY section is where it’s at. Off we go into a new week, YPAers!Read More
FINALLY! Arts Administrators are getting the appreciation and recognition they deserve -READ all about the new Berresford Prize which awards those in the fields whose jobs support artists and more. In GO, LMHQ’s acclaimed breakfast series continues to keep us coming back! This month’s conversation is on a topic that is not nearly discussed enough- emotions in the workplace! Snag your ticket now, and if your week is looking too packed, check out the webinars we have listed as well. Our APPLY section offers a variety from around the field and within our community. Onwards, into the Springtime!Read More
Full steam ahead for all of us after this lovely Labor Day Weekend!
We hope you managed to get some well-deserved rest and are ready to conquer this new school year and programming season. Even if you're not on a semester/season schedule, doesn't it always feel like new beginnings after Labor Day? We might not be doing our usual back-to-school shopping anymore (new notebooks and pens, anyone?) but leaving the slow summer behind, we're ready to take on new work projects, geared with YPA arts resources, and looking forward to plenty of YPA events this fall!
More, as always, in this week's round-up below.
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YES, you can is the theme of the week!
You can handle that difficult boss by learning strategies for managing up and establishing stronger communication. You can disagree in a professional manner with those more powerful than you in the office, and you can (and probably should) take risks and think out of the box to activate engagement for your organization. Embrace your ability to learn, grow, and participate and check out highlights from this week's round-up below!
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