Becoming Essential, Building Trust through High Performance
Wednesday, Dec. 3 Part of Magnetic: The Art And Science of Engagement, a four-part webcast series
2–3:30 p.m. (ET)
Magnetic museums overcome a central challenge facing museums today—how to become essential—by increasing their relevance, responsiveness and pertinence to daily life in their communities. At the same time, they also are high-performance organizations that build trust over time by consistently delivering superior results. These organizations have high ambitions and attract people who are similarly motivated to be the best at what they do, intentionally seeking out and investing in the points of intersection between institutional and the community visions.
This webcast identifies the ways in which magnetic museums rely on data-driven decision making to produce quality programs and experiences that serve their communities.
How Will I Benefit?
By participating in this program, attendees will be better able to:
- Identify and attract the critical resources for success: talented and committed people; loyal and engaged audiences, donors and stakeholders; a positive reputation and powerful goodwill; and the financial capital to sustain programmatic excellence and growth
- Engage internal and external stakeholders in the future direction of your organization
- Consider the essential function of establishing an inspiring vision and engaging internal and external stakeholders with the future direction of your organization
- Realize the importance of acting with intentionality in concert with authentic and well-articulated institutional values
Who Should Attend
Museum directors, board members, CFOs and other senior staff responsible for planning and resource allocation; development and external affairs staff; visitor services staff; audience research and evaluation staff; independent professionals and staff of consulting firms advising museums on organizational strategies.
- Glenn Dobrogosz, executive director, Greensboro Science Center, Greensboro, North Carolina
- William Hennessey, director, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia
- Ellen Rosenthal, president and CEO, Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, Fishers, Indiana
- Rand Suffolk, director and president, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Jane Werner, executive director, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
- Dennis Wint, president and CEO, The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia
- Anne Bergeron, co-author, Magnetic: The Art and Science of Engagement; principal, Anne Bergeron & Co. Consulting, Providence, Rhode Island
- Greg Stevens, assistant director, professional development, American Alliance of Museums, Washington, DC
- Beth Tuttle, co-author, Magnetic: The Art and Science of Engagement; president & CEO, Cultural Data Project, Philadelphia
Registered participants receive access instructions 48 hours prior to live event.
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