Register Now | Navigating Office Politics
This June 18 workshop will feature the expertise of Elena Chang, Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) at Theatre Communications Group (TCG).
New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to offer arts administrators and arts professionals in all disciplines, organization types, and sizes the opportunity to participate in its new “Creative Careers” online workshop series. The series is curated by Mara Vlatković and designed to guide you on the ins and outs of being a professional in the arts industry. The third workshop in the series, “Navigating Office Politics,” presented by Elena Chang, Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (ED&I) at Theatre Communications Group (TCG), will take place online on Tuesday, June 18 from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST.
There is no workplace without office politics. Water cooler conversations, favoritism, micromanagement, work friends—they’re all part of a larger structure that informs your day-to-day work experience. Learn how to navigate and use the organizational framework of your workplace to advance and excel in your career. Small changes and adjustments can have a large impact and can make everyone’s work day easier and more comfortable. Identify new ways of managing up or down and how to grow in organizations that might lack support, professional development, or HR best practices.
Title: Navigating Office Politics
Program Date and Time: Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST*
Location: Anymeeting Webinar Platform
Registration Fee: $25
Registration: Please register for the program here.
Questions: Email [email protected]
*This workshop will be recorded and shared with all previously-registered participants after the session concludes. It will be available for viewing up to 6 months after the workshop date.
Elena Chang supports TCG’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Initiative including work with Theatres of Color, facilitating conversations within the ED&I national Institute and co-organizing screenings around the Legacy Leaders of Color Video Project. Previously, Chang served as program director of the Asian American Arts Alliance, where she was responsible for the development, design/communications, and management of all artist-focused programs. Chang is a dedicated arts administrator and arts activist, having spearheaded multiple film, theatre, and visual arts projects that advocate for social change by exploring the intersections between art, culture, and activism. She was honored for her arts and LGBTQ advocacy work with Asian Pride Project by the White House Asian American and Pacific Islander Champions of Change Initiative. She received a BFA degree in Theatre from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Image: Amy Aronoff for NYFA