What if you were friends with a bunch badass business leaders and entrepreneurs and could ask them about their successes, challenges, and most valuable advice? That’s exactly what Business for Unicorns delivers. Join business coach and entrepreneur Michael Keeler as he speaks with inspiring leaders and entrepreneurs who believe that a business can make money while improving the lives of their employees and customers.
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Arin Sullivan is the Director of Programs and Client Services, overseeing Education, Business Development, and the Support Center. The Programs & Client Services department endeavors to expand the knowledge of the arts and cultural sector and deepen the impact of the high-quality data and resources provided by the Cultural Data Project. An actor and stage manager at heart, prior to joining the CDP in 2008, Arin was the managing director at Hedgerow Theatre, theater manager for Drexel University’s Mandell Theater, and producer for Geva Comedy Improv at Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, New York. Arin is also an adjunct faculty member with Drexel’s Theatre program. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York, where she graduated cum laude, and she holds a Master of Science degree from Drexel University’s Arts Administration program.
In this podcast, Michael and Arin discuss:
- Favorite tools or pieces of technology that help in managing projects
- How to hire and develop a first-time manager
- How to navigate tension between being of service to clients and needing to lead to the information that will be useful for them
- How to navigate the inherent awkwardness of performance reviews