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April 1, 2012
NYU Wagner’s Research Center for Leadership in Action and the Association of Performing Arts Presenters have announced the 14 participants selected for the prestigious 2012 Leadership Development Institute from a national pool of competitive applicants. LDI meets throughout the year for a comprehensive exploration of the topic Know and Connect with Community. The 2012 class will present its findings at APAP|NYC 2013, January 11-15, 2013, and through a white paper.
LDI serves mid-career professionals who aspire to leadership positions and who seek to shape and sustain the future of the performing arts presenting field. Participants will deepen their leadership capacity and strengthen relationships among the communities within which they work through research and detailed explorations addressing this year’s topic of community engagement.
LDI participants will meet five times this year in Collaborative Inquiry sessions to examine the chosen topic in collaborative research and action-based activities. Each session will be co-facilitated by RCLA Executive Director Bethany Godsoe and RCLA Fellow Theresa Holden, the co-director of Holden and Arts Associates.
Participants of the 2012 Leadership Development Institute:
The APAP Leadership Development Institute is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Express Foundation.
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