New York State Literary Technical Assistance Program

CATEGORY: Management

A distillation of all you need to consider when constructing your business plan.

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http://www.littap.org/resources/4.1.5.BusinessPlan.pdf

This illuminating Tip Sheet on conflict resolution offers advice on how to get along to get it done.

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http://www.littap.org/resources/4.1.5.ConflictResolution.pdf

In this Tip Sheet, Bob Zinnecker summarizes the session he led from Technically Speaking: Breakout Topics for Publishers and Presenters, held at Facing Pages: A Statewide Literary Convening, May 12, 2006.

Bob Zinnecker is a 47-year veteran of the telecommunications industry, a Senior Certified Professional Manager, and a charter member of the Institute of Certified Professional Managers. His consulting service provides practical management assistance for today’s changing world. He spent 33 years with Contel Corporation managing operations in Michigan, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Colorado, and became President of Contel of New York in 1983. In 1991, he became President of the New York State Telecommunications Association in Albany and remained there until his retirement in 1998.  

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http://www.littap.org/resources/SCORE06.pdf

Are leaders born or made? It’s an age-old question, but one that is exceedingly pertinent to today’s cultural community. The answer, at the risk of sounding too clever, is yes: some leaders are born and some are made.

Leadership: The Key to the Future

This assessment tool is designed to take a snapshot of an organization at a point in time by assessing its needs and strengths. It is very useful to complete this checklist at times of organizational transition or before taking on major initiatives.

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http://www.littap.org/resources/4.1.1.OrganizationalCapac.pdf

Guidelines for proper and effective conference calling procedures.

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http://www.littap.org/resources/4.1.2.ProtocolLeadingCall.pdf

Guidelines for proper and effective conference calling procedures.

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http://www.littap.org/resources/4.1.2.3.ProtocolParticpCall.pdf

I was recently invited to participate in an exciting partnership program initiated by our local Arts Council. The program was designed to pair executives of arts and cultural organizations with executive coaches for the purpose of developing their leadership skills. Twelve organizations were identified and matched up with executive coaches. The engagement was for six months…

Emotional Intelligence