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Virtual RHODI Conversations: Navigating Your Modern Career Path as an Arts & Culture Professional

Over the past year, we’ve encountered unexpected shifts in the arts and culture industry—and as professionals, we’ve faced new challenges, furloughs, layoffs, and drastic changes to our work flows. How do we navigate this changing world of work when so much is out of our control? In this workshop, we’ll explore new mindsets and tools that allow us to navigate our professional lives with purpose and adaptability to change. Learn how to create a cohesive, mission-driven narrative of your career path—even when that path has many twists and turns. You’ll walk away with tools to help you articulate your story (no matter your job status) and confidently convey the transferable skills that you bring to the table—so that you can take control of your career path and open yourself up to new professional opportunities.

Register for this free event here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMpc-6trDgjGty8WIOlrGIIx6kGjSwr6msx

Carole Ann Penney helps mission-driven professionals navigate their career and leadership journeys with purpose and resilience. As the Founder of Penney Leadership, LLC and a facilitator of Harvard Business Publishing’s leadership development programs, Carole Ann guides her clients to develop skills and mindsets to become more engaged employees, more effective managers, and ultimately support more impactful organizations. While she works with clients in all sectors and industries, Carole Ann has a particular expertise and fondness for the arts and culture sector, where she developed her own leadership through roles at the Providence Children’s Museum and the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. Carole Ann holds a B.A. in Education from Brown University and certifications in Nonprofit Management & Leadership from Tufts University and Professional Coaching from iPEC.


Apr 22, 2021
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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