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Katie Henry School & Family Programs Manager Friends of the High Line

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

A Conversation on Creative Leadership

Where: 200 Liberty Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10281

When:6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Workshop Organizer: NYCMER

Creativity - the use of the imagination or original ideas - is not typically embraced as a crucial leadership skill. In this era of constant innovation, successful leadership is increasingly associated with creativity, in addition to traditional qualities such as decisiveness, accountability, and vision. Within the museum field, how do creativity and leadership intersect to inform the next generation of guidance and management for our institutions?

 

This panel discussion, led by creative professionals who have served the museum community, will provide a fresh perspective on the qualities of a leader. Foundational to the conversation will be the characteristics of a creative leader and how they can be identified and cultivated over time. After the exchange, panelists will host 10-minute “speed-mentoring” sessions with small groups of participants to discuss specific areas of professional development.

 

Please bring any questions you might have related to leadership skills across the disciplines of education, exhibitions, management, or finance.

 

Moderators:

- Christina Ferwerda, Independent Exhibit & Curriculum Developer, Writer
- Helen Divjak, Interpretive Planner, Thinc Design

 

Panelists:

- Frank Mitchell, Executive Director, Amistad Center for Art & Culture at the Wadsworth Atheneum

- Richard Rabinowitz, President, American History Workshop

- Jo Ann Secor, Principal, Director of Interpretive Services, Lee H.Skolnick Architecture +Design Partnership

- Sonnet Takahisa, Deputy Director for Engagement and Innovation, Newark Museum

 

Follow @NYCMER and participate using #NYCMERleadership.

 

Members, please remember to log in before you RSVP:

If you have forgotten your NYCMER account password, you may retrieve it here.

 

Accessibility:

All public areas of the Museum are wheelchair accessible. NYCMER is committed to providing opportunities for all of our members to participate in our programs and engage with one another. Should you require any accessibility services, please contact info@nycmer.org by Monday, April 10, 2017.

 

Public transportation directions:


There are many ways visitors can arrive to 200 Liberty Street, which was known as One World Financial Center. Here are the different trains that visitors can take to arrive to the building:

• A, C, 1, 2, 3 to Chambers Street
• A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, or 5 trains to Fulton Street
• 2 or 3 trains to Park Place
• E train to World Trade Center
• R train to Rector Street
• 1 train to Rector Street

 

Additional Instructions


Please note the program takes place on the 16th floor.  Once you enter the lobby of the building, proceed to security, and inform staff that you are there for a NYCMER event at the 9/11 Memorial office on the 16th floor.  You must show a government-issued photo ID in order to get a badge and then proceed to take the elevator to the offices. 

 

Special RSVP Note


You must RSVP in advance, as security will not let anyone whose name is not on the RSVP list.  RSVPs will be accepted until 2 PM on April 25th or until tickets are sold out.

 

Registration has been closed. 

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