Management

Generally having to do with chorus management

Chorus America Anti-Harassment Policy

An anti-harassment policy provides guidelines for preventing sexual harassment and helping your chorus respond appropriately to any claims. Your chorus’s employees, leadership, and other key constituents should read and sign this document. Chorus America's own Anti-Harassment Policy is available as an example.

General Compensation Report: Over $1,000,000

Chorus America captures compensation information for administrative and artistic leaders, singers, and accompanists through our Chorus Operations Survey, administered through a partnership with leading research organization DataArts. We provide compensation information for artistic and administrative leaders of choruses within general budget ranges, as well as accompanist and singer information in aggregate, to our members.

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General Compensation Report: $500,000-$1,000,000

Chorus America captures compensation information for administrative and artistic leaders, singers, and accompanists through our Chorus Operations Survey, administered through a partnership with leading research organization DataArts. We provide compensation information for artistic and administrative leaders of choruses within general budget ranges, as well as accompanist and singer information in aggregate, to our members.

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General Compensation Report: $250,00-$500,000

Chorus America captures compensation information for administrative and artistic leaders, singers, and accompanists through our Chorus Operations Survey, administered through a partnership with leading research organization DataArts. We provide compensation information for artistic and administrative leaders of choruses within general budget ranges, as well as accompanist and singer information in aggregate, to our members.

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General Compensation Report: $100,000-$250,000

Chorus America captures compensation information for administrative and artistic leaders, singers, and accompanists through our Chorus Operations Survey, administered through a partnership with leading research organization DataArts. We provide compensation information for artistic and administrative leaders of choruses within general budget ranges, as well as accompanist and singer information in aggregate, to our members.

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Vu Le on the Evolution of the Nonprofit Sector

Nonprofit leader, humor blogger, and truth-teller. It’s a unique job description, but a perfect fit for Vu Le. Le is the executive director of Seattle-based social justice organization Rainier Valley Corps and the author of NonprofitAF.com, a blog that mixes pop culture and pictures of baby animals with candid insight into the current state of nonprofits.

From Anonymous to Insta-Famous: Building Your Brand in the Digital Age

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Meet A Member: Alexander Lloyd Blake, Tonality

Alexander Lloyd Blake has plenty of jobs to keep himself busy.

Blake is the choir director for the LA County High School for the Arts, and principal assistant conductor of the National Children's Chorus’ Los Angeles ensemble. But that’s not all. “I'm an assistant conductor at First Congregational Church LA—that's a new one,” Blake recounts. “And I'm studying for my qualifying exams for my doctorate in choral conducting at USC.”

Picking the Right Software for Your Chorus

With dozens of options for database software, features and pricing plans to sort through, how do you choose the right system for your organization? Learn how to select your software with confidence using a proven process. Idealware will cover how to evaluate your organization's needs, assemble a software selection team, sort through your options, review and test the software, and manage a smooth implementation. Whether you are considering your very first donor management system, or you hope to switch in the next year, you'll save yourself a lot of headaches by following these best practices

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Handling Singer Dismissals the Right Way

A community chorus is held together by its singers’ commitment to each other and to the group. But what happens when a volunteer singer becomes disruptive to that community spirit—and won’t comply with repeated requests to change their ways? Does your chorus have a carefully spelled-out dismissal procedure, or do you handle things on a case-by-case basis? Or are you sitting there crossing your fingers and hoping it won’t happen, because there is no precedent in recent memory?

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