September 27 | 6 pm – 8 pm | San Diego History Center
The key to enjoying your work is whether you feel valued and appreciated by those around you. Not everyone feels appreciation in the same way and learning about the languages of appreciation can help you communicate authentic appreciation to your team as well as help you let others know what is meaningful for you. Learning this about yourself and others can help you to feel fulfilled and understood throughout your career!
Shelley Rezai is an Appreciation at Work Certified Facilitator and will guide us through this important discussion.
Panelists/Presenters: Shelley Rezai
Shelley Rezai has worked in the nonprofit, mental health, and education management industry for over 10 years. During that time she has worked in direct service and leadership roles giving her the understanding of value of each role and appreciation for what makes a team effective, happy and healthy! She currently works as a Nonprofit Consultant and is an Appreciation at Work Certified Facilitator.
See you there!
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September 6 | 9AM – 5:30PM | The San Diego Museum of Art / Fleet Science Center
San Diego Emerging Museum Professionals are invited to attend the 2017 Smith Leadership Symposium: Social Responsibility and Civic Engagement on Wednesday, September 6 in Balboa Park.
This year’s Smith Leadership Symposium will explore the connection between social responsibility and civic engagement. What is your organization’s social responsibility to the arts, culture, and science community, as well as, the community at large? How can organizations be more civically engaged? This professional development opportunity will bring together local and national speakers for a full day of learning opportunities focused on how individuals can be advocates for not only themselves, but for organizations as a whole through civil discourse and inclusive programming.
Speakers: Shamell Bell a dancer and Community Organizer and Arts & Culture liaison with Black Lives Matter LA, Milenko Matanovic founder of the Pomegranate Center in Seattle, Monica O. Montgomery founding Director and Curator of the Museum of Impact, and Mike Murawski Director of Education and Public Programs from the Portland Art Museum. Learn more about the program and what they’ll be sharing.
Registration is now open! San Diego Emerging Museum Professionals receive $5 off each ticket price ($20 in savings!) – enter promotional code Affiliate_Org. Register here!
**Planning to take a group of 10 or more? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for group rates!**
August 30 | 5:30PM – 7:30PM | Soda & Swine, Liberty Station
Join fellow Emerging Museum Professionals at Soda and Swine on Wednesday, August 30 from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Enjoy a refreshing beverage and delicious noms as you mix and mingle with like-minded individuals. This casual event allows you to sit back, relax, and swap stories with your peers. See you there!
Parking: Liberty Station has plenty of street and lot parking.
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