TeleSalons & Distance Learning
NAMAC knows that access to learning should be easy and effortless, regardless of time, resources and geographical constraints. That's why we bring members together with thought-leaders for lively teleconference-based discussions throughout the year. We offer a wide variety of capacity building topics—from board development, succession planning, fund raising, and more—which will expand your thinking and help you make important changes to your organization. Plus, you get the benefit of learning from and networking with other members, which strengthens the field as a whole.
How It Works
TeleSalons are one-hour teleconferences combining thirty-minute presentations with thirty-minutes of interactive dialogue. Only NAMAC members can participate and there is a thirty-person limit. Participants are responsible for their own long distance charges.
Registration and Timeline
February 29, 2012: Transforming Organizations Through Audience Participation, presented by Nina SImon of Museum 2.0 and the Museum of Art & History.
December 13, 2011: Structuring Leadership: Distributing Decision-Making In Your Organization, presented by Frances Kunreuther and Caroline McAndrews of Building Movement Project
You can listen to past TeleSalons in our podcast section.
Talk to us
If you have questions about the TeleSalons, please contact Daniel "Dewey" Schott at dan (at) namac.org or call (415) 431-1391