Join Drew McManus, Principal of Venture Industries Online for a hands-on workshop with Google Analytics. Attendees are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop with their organization's Analytics login for a live working session.
Without a doubt, Google Analytics does all sorts of great things, but that doesn’t mean you are getting a complete picture. To get every benefit of the data, you’ll need to activate and/or setup several key features. Attendees will get step by step instructions on how to implement must-have GA settings in real-time.
This event is free for League members, but space is limited.
Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25, 10AM - 5PM
The League is once again working with Keryl McCord of Equity Quotient to present a two day Erasing Racism workshop available for all member companies of the League. The aim of the workshop is to build a collective vision for a more just, equitable, more open and transparent, diverse and inclusive theatre community. Workshop attendees will:
- Fully comprehend how racial systems develop and a clear definition of racism, to further understand the difference between equity and equality
- Gain an understanding of the history, systems, policies, and practices that have resulted in exclusive, inequitable, and non-diverse spaces in all strata of our society including theatre in Chicago.
- Work together to create a vision for a healthy theater ecosystem in Chicago that is inclusive, values transparency, commits to the fullest expression of diversity in Chicago, values first voice in art making, and develops a framework of shared vision, values, and principles as tools to use in their work.
Please note that this is a two-day workshop and we expect everyone that RSVPs to attend both full days. Space is limited to 50 people so only four people per organization are allowed, however if you would like additional people from your organization to be considered for attendance contact Ben and we will accommodate if possible.
Member theatres are invited to attend the League of Chicago Theatres' annual member meeting and reception. The evening will begin promptly at 6 PM and following the meeting there will be a networking reception with complimentary drinks and light appetizers.
This event is FREE for League members but registration is required.
Save the date! The Chicago Theatre Intern Networking Event is the only event of its kind to help interns and apprentices make new professional connections and learn from the experience of artists and administrators who are working in the city. Learn what makes Chicago unique from other theatre communities and how can you thrive here and succeed. Breakout groups include: Artistic/Casting, Development/Special Events, Education/Outreach, Literary Management/Dramaturgy, Marketing/PR, Production Management, Stage Management, Theatre Management and Technical/Design. Refreshments will be provided.This event is free, but space is limited. Please share with your company's interns and apprentices.
Friday, November 8, 2019, 9AM - 5PM
Steppenwolf's Merle Reskin Garage Space, 1624 N. Halsted
Robbin Walker is back! This popular one-day workshop provides participants with new leadership skills they can put into action immediately. Topics will include exploring elements of highly-effective teams, understanding different behavioral styles, delivering effective feedback and resolving conflict. Robbin creates a learning environment that is energetic and highly interactive, providing you with critical skills, information and solutions based on best practices and widely-used management principles. A few examples where your enhanced skills can be applied: resolving conflicts between artists and managers; fostering influential relationships with board members; striking a balance between discipline and camaraderie.
ROBBIN WALKER has been in the training and development field for over 30 years. As a former senior training consultant for Target Stores at their Minneapolis headquarters, she trained thousands of leaders, at all levels, in areas from diversity to high-potential talent programs to all facets of leadership development. Robbin was the facilitator of the popular TCG program "Expanding the Theatre Manager's Repertoire, for 11 years." Robbin currently is a Principal Consultant/owner of the Walker Consulting Group, which she and her husband Richard created in 2008.
Experienced and new leaders, administrators and artists are encouraged to attend. Teams of up to four people are also welcome and encouraged.
This is a FREE workshop for League members, but participation is limited. Space fills up up quickly.
Help us make Chicago theatre greener! Join us for the next meeting of the Chicago Green Theatre Alliance and help push our CGTA initiatives forward. We’ll gather to hear a guest speaker, and share new ideas and bright spots. Actors, administrators, designers, technicians, stage managers, production managers and anyone that is interested in helping Chicago theatres adopt more environmentally-friendly practices is welcome!