Speakers confirmed for League’s online Midwinter Managers Meeting; register by Dec. 15 for early-bird discount

Posted on: December 10, 2021

The League of American Orchestras’ 2022 Midwinter Managers Meeting, “Leadership in a Time of Change” https://americanorchestras.org/event/2022-online-midwinter-managers-meeting/, will take place virtually on January 31-February 1 and will offer two days of professional development and peer connection in a deep dive into what it means to lead during a period of rapid change. Open to League-member orchestra executive directors and administrators of youth orchestras, the Midwinter Managers Meeting will feature inspiring speakers, the opportunity to interact with other CEOs in your budget group, and an examination the roles that leaders play at their orchestras. Nancy F. Koehn, the James E. Robison Chair of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, will launch the Meeting with a keynote address. Koehn’s latest book, Forged in Crisis: The Power of Courageous Leadership in Turbulent Times, spotlights how five of history’s greatest leaders managed crisis and, in doing this, accomplished extraordinary missions. CEOs from multiple orchestras will facilitate field-wide roundtable discussions: “Audience Building” with David Snead, Handel & Hadyn Society; “Fundraising” with Giuliano Kornberg, Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera; “The Digital Future” with Jessica Satava, Johnstown Symphony Orchestra; “Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion” with Karina Bharne, Symphony Tacoma; and “Financial Planning” with Jeff Alexander, Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Register by Wednesday, December 15 to receive the early-bird discount and save up to 30%. Learn more and register at https://americanorchestras.org/event/2022-online-midwinter-managers-meeting/. Questions? Contact League Member Services at member@americanorchestras.org.