All across the country, today’s most innovative businesses are using the arts to help them meet some of their most difficult and vital objectives. And according to Deloitte’s 2015 Human Capital Trends Report, “87% of organizations cite culture and engagement as one of their top challenges.” By partnering with arts organizations, companies can provide employees with innovative opportunities for growth and development, which can in turn have positive effects on engagement, morale, retention, and performance.
In this webinar with Jordan Shue of Americans for the Arts, you will learn the many reasons why the arts are a powerful driver of employee engagement; how companies, artists, and arts groups are partnering with businesses around the country through skills-based volunteering with the arts, employee art shows, community team-building art projects, and more; and you’ll be inspired to partner with the arts to engage your own employees!
About the Presenter:
As the Private Sector Initiatives Program Manager at Americans for the Arts, Jordan works to advance private sector support for local arts agencies through a number of programs, including the Private Sector Network, the pARTnership Movement, and the Business Volunteers to the Arts program.
Jordan Shue received her Master’s Degree in Arts Administration at Drexel University, from which she also received her Bachelor’s Degree in Design & Merchandising with a minor in Fine Arts. During her undergraduate degree, she worked as the assistant to Philadelphia-based glass and mixed media artist, Jen Blazina. She later served as the Assistant Director at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, where she gained curatorial experience. Before coming to Americans for the Arts in March 2014 she worked as the Communications Associate at The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, a grantmaking organization based in Philadelphia.