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ACDA-PA "Resilient Leaderhip" Part 2: Remember You: Take Care of the Leader
Striking a balance between running your music program and the rest of the world has always been a challenge, and that challenge seems to be growing and changing every day. It is easy to feel as if one is in a constant state of emergency, shifted into overdrive at all times. This can lead to burnout and ultimately keeps us from serving our singers to the best of our ability. Stephanie and Troy Robertson will talk with Caron Daley about strategies for workplace efficiency, stress management, social media, leisure, and relationships with friends and family.

Stephanie Robertson, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. She has worked in public schools, non-profit institutions, and higher education for over fifteen years, with a focus on the wellbeing and healthy development of children. She researches the impact of invisible disabilities on student access to education at secondary and post-secondary levels. Her husband, Troy Robertson, PhD, is the Director of Choirs at Tarleton. He conducts Tarleton’s five choral ensembles, teaches conducting and choral methods, and supervises clinical teachers. He is also a composer whose works are published with Hinshaw Music, Santa Barbara Music Press, Colla Voce, and Music Spoke. They make their home in Stephenville with their six-year-old son, Winton, and pug, Wooster.

Nov 14, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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