By Eric Nuzum (Magnificent Noise) , Co-Founder | April 26, 2021
Spending time building relationships with your staff and engaging on their turf will change how they look at you. They’ll recognize you as someone who is devoted not just to vision, but to their success.
By Dave Edwards (Dave Edwards Media) , Consultant | April 21, 2020
Start planning how to set up operations for when staff can begin working from your station’s offices, studios and newsrooms.
By Helen Barrington (Whiskey Lane Productions) , Chief Creative Officer | November 13, 2018
Jill Geisler and Cathy Trost, co-creators of the Newseum’s training program for media leaders, describe their approach for building a workplace culture of respect, trust and integrity.
By Dru Sefton , Senior Editor | October 26, 2018
The two-year project will train 100 editors to “strengthen their ability to lead public media’s growing newsrooms,” CPB said.
By Eric Nuzum (Magnificent Noise) , Co-Founder | October 23, 2018
Defining the work your station does in specific terms simplifies decisions and creates a framework for staff to understand how and why their jobs matter.
By Julie Drizin , Executive Director | October 22, 2018
“Effective leadership emerges at the intersection of vision and humanism.”
By April Simpson , Former Associate Editor | October 15, 2018
“So much depends on who you know, and who knows you.”
By Dru Sefton , Senior Editor | October 12, 2018
Upcoming initiatives include a two-year training program from CPB for newsroom leaders.
By Kathleen Pavelko (WITF) , CEO | October 11, 2018
A retiring CEO shares lessons from her career on the frontlines of building revenue.
By Deanna Martin Mackey (Public Television Major Market Group) , President | October 10, 2018
“I believe the day is coming when public media leaders move to address problematic workplace experiences as they’re happening — or, even better,
before they happen. But this must start with each individual.”