Posts Tagged ‘organization’

Safe Spaces

Smart ways to handle backstage access during recitals by Heather Wisner With so much happening onstage during recitals, it could be easy to miss what’s happening backstage. But for the sake of security—not to mention organization—it’s vital to have a plan in place to control backstage access. Dance Studio Life spoke with studio owners across…

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Curtain Up | Scout the competition scene with our comprehensive guide

From winter competitions to summer national galas to fall intensives, there are exciting learning and growing opportunities for dancers of any age. In our annual listing, you’ll find the right fit from among nearly 125 competitions and conventions, ranging from old favorites to intriguing new options.

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Taking Care of Business | Three Steps to an Organized Office

by Teri Mangiaratti When I talk to my fellow studio owners across the country, they tell me that one of their biggest challenges is office organization. Maybe it’s because studio owners are creative, artistic, right-brained people. We don’t want to organize the office! Here’s a suggestion: to get and keep organized, try tackling the job…

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December 2016 | Onstage Nationwide

From winter competitions to summer national galas to fall intensives, there are exciting learning and growing opportunities for dancers of any age. In our annual listing, you’ll find the right fit from among nearly 125 competitions and conventions, ranging from old favorites to intriguing new options.

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October 2015 | King of the Show

Who unlocks a show’s magic? Dancers? Choreographers? Audience? Any or all of the above may be true, but the stage manager holds the key. Good stage management is pivotal to a show’s success, and it demands superb communication, organization, and tact, as well as unflappability.

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July 2010 | All Together Now

You know that great feeling of walking into your studio and realizing that all is well? Teachers are excited about teaching, the dancers are happy, and the office staff greets you with a smile. Wouldn’t you like to re-create this team atmosphere every day? You can—by creating a comfortable workplace where your employees feel appreciated for what they bring to the organization and are inspired to work for you for many years to come.

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Opening Your Doors to Success

If you’re like many school owners, you hold an annual open house to welcome the community and potential new clients. Great idea! Now put aside the temptation to use the occasion to prove how terrific your advanced dancers are—the goal of the day should be to show how fun dance can be, not to show off.

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