These articles represent one of the most popular topics according to my online readers who completed the Annual Reader Survey 2014. They help you develop your leadership skills and grow your perspective as a leader, something that conductors have been doing for some 400 years. These techniques work, and when ego and politics get benched they become very effective!
- How to lead by celebrating humility and the classics Today we explore three articles that help us define good and strong leadership, including why it is worth celebrating, as well as some solid advice to those starting out as leaders. But we begin with one of the most counter-cultural aspects of successful leaders that people generally do not like to talk about, or even ...
- Why Share Your Valuable Creative Process Right Now? Probably the best way to keep people engaged in your art form and looking forward to experiencing it live, is to share the process you go through to create it. Whether it is practicing a piece of music (see video below), layering a painting, or preparing a speech…
- 5 secrets to more rewarding musical collaborations Probably the most rewarding aspect of anything artistic is eyes & ears, a.k.a. The audience. Even if you do create something stunning there seems to be little closure until it is shared with someone. Here are 5 secrets to maximize your reward.
- This makes me so angry My response: Highly educated in WHAT? For decades we have been drilling the arts OUT of education, out of people’s lives, and removing exposure… Does this make you angry? Or do you think I’m over-reacting?
- Harness your passion Balancing the need to survive with our desires to participate in music is how I help, and clearly the most pressing elements include… Is there a specific issue you struggle with? What are some of the ways you overcome it?
- Why “Go To A Concert?” Why do 20,000 online bloggers meet for an in-person conference? What’s the difference between a smiling face and a video of someone smiling? It’s the same with music but on a deeper and more human level.
- Leadership in the Western World Regardless of what any leader says, as long as “I’m” OK, then things are fine. Something that MBAs COMPLETELY forget to teach (possibly on purpose) is that leaders should be facilitators.