How would you describe your studio culture?
During this informative interview with Jessica Michaels, Global Ambassador of Wingman for Dance, we’ll discuss the role studio culture plays in your business, and ways you can shape it to benefit the overall health and wellbeing of your studio.
Wingman for Dance is a youth leadership program that inspires children to be more compassionate, empathetic leaders. Wingman for Dance experiential activities give dancers the courage and confidence to go above and beyond for others…regardless of perceived differences. Wingman for Dance deepens their sense of connection, belonging and inclusion within the dance studio.
Duration: 7http://rhythmworksid.adobeconnect.com/p317pbdde7t/0 minutes
Featured Guest: Jessica Michaels, Program Director for Wingman for Dance
Jessica Michaels is the program creator and director for Wingman for Dance, a youth-led program comprised of engaging experiential activities designed to inspire young dancers to be more compassionate, empathetic and inclusive leaders. With 10 years as a professional dancer and 18 years as a teacher/choreographer/entrepreneur, Jessica brings 28 years of dance industry experience to the Wingman for Dance program. And she couldn’t be more grateful for the opportunity.
Jessica’s teaching style has always been to inspire the whole dancer – emotionally, mentally, intellectually and physically and to help them connect uniquely and creatively to their own passionate little souls. Jessica finds that being a student of Wingman for Dance is what makes her the best teacher of it.
Wingman is a project from Dylan’s Wings of Change, a foundation dedicated to the memory of Dylan Hockley, one of the first grade victims of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary on December 14, 2012.