Some Thoughts On Positive Change In The Wake Of the #MeToo Movement?

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Vu Le posted an intriguing article at NonprofitAF that provides some straightforward suggestions for what organizations can do and the nonprofit field as a whole should consider. We must examine power dynamics in the perpetuation of sexual harassment. We must create an environment that is safe for our staff, volunteers, and community members. Board members must understand their roles. We must be willing to lose donors, even major ones, who are …

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Embrace The Don’ts

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If you keep an eye on listings at ArtsAdminJobs.com, you’ve probably noticed the uptick in listings over the past few weeks. With each new wave, I’ve always found it fascinating to see what sort of language job descriptions (JD) include. As it turns out, Joe Patti had a post on that very topic at Butts In The Seats from 1/31/2018 that examines a JD from the Armed Services Arts Partnership. Nothing Ambiguous …

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#TBT It’s As Though We Don’t Want To Learn From Our Mistakes

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In the wake of the breaking scandal at The Met, today’s #TBT post focuses on a series of articles that demonstrate that a failure to take Human Resources (HR) policies seriously is going to continue damaging organizations, putting stakeholders at risk, and generally mucking things up for everyone. Here’s a historical overview of what’s come out from under the rocks over the years that could have been marginalized if the field …

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Things Are Going To Get Worse For The Met Before They Get Better

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Initial fallout over The Metropolitan Opera’s (The Met) suspended music director James Levine’s alleged sexual misconduct is positively radioactive. There is no shortage of discussion on the topic, you’ll find thousands of comments across social media threads and online classical music outlets. Passions run deep and a sizable portion of that outrage is directed toward The Met’s executive leadership. At the time this article was written, The Met’s official Facebook page …

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Might Makes Right: A Predator’s Paradise (Update: Met Suspends Levine)

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Over the weekend, the New York Post published an article by Isabel Vincent and Melissa Klein that reports on a Lake Forest, IL police report that accuses conductor and Metropolitan Opera (Met) Music Director James Levine of alleged child molestation. A host of additional outlets followed up with their own accounts in the wake of the NY Post’s bombshell article. Update: The Met has formally suspended Levine and released additional details …

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