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Seminar at Bryn Mawr College, July 25-29
Designed and facilitated in collaboration with Partners in Performance, Inc.
The Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI) provides an intensive, transformative experience through which current and aspiring leaders advance their skills by engaging with top leadership trainers and nationally known practitioners. It is ideally suited for those in executive positions or preparing to move into such positions.
The eight-month program includes a five-day seminar at Bryn Mawr College (Philadelphia, PA), advanced assignments, a 360-degree feedback process, peer mentoring, and follow-up coaching.
CAELI defines leadership as “behaving in ways that bring people together to move things forward.”
CAELI will increase your leadership effectiveness by helping you:
To optimize the learning experience, participation is limited to 26 individuals selected through a competitive application process.
For more information, contact James Horton, National Guild director of learning and leadership development, at 212-268-3337 ext. 12 or email@example.com.
Over the years, the Community Arts Education Leadership Institute has been made possible thanks to generous support from the American Express Foundation, the Cleveland Foundation, The Bay and Paul Foundations, the National Endowment for the Arts, and National Guild's board of trustees.
CAELI and the Alumni Network are made possible with major support from the American Express Foundation.
“By far the most comprehensive and effective training experience I have had in my 20 years in arts education.”
“The relationships I developed with the faculty and my peers were completely transformative and something that will guide my work for years.”
“The institute offers a perfect balance of instruction, introspection, coaching, and practical application. All of its elements add up to an experience that profoundly helps emerging leaders develop personally and professionally.”
Contact James Horton, National Guild director of learning and leadership development, or call (212) 268-3337 ext. 12.
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