Webinar Shorts: When to Engage and Disengage from Harmful Behavior - Shared screen with speaker view
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Good morning! This is Alyssa (she/her) from Oakland, CA.
Hi all! Michele with Historic Alexandria in Alexandria, VA.
Good morning! Mark Osborne, Holocaust Museum Houston
Amy Weisser (she/her), Storm King Art Center
Good morning. Amy here from Storm King Art Center in the Hudson Valley.
Hello! Kelsey Enderle (she/her) from Cincinnati Museum Center in Ohio.
Good morning! Tasha from Monticello in Charlottesville, VA.
Hi Folks! Mike Madeja with the American Philosophical Society's Library & Museum in Philadelphia
I’m interested in this topic both as an interpreter and as a supervisor trying to train and care for my team.
Hello from New Jersey! Allison Titman, Alice Paul Institute
Hi All! Marisa here from Kupferberg Holocaust Center in Queens, NY
Hello, everyone! I'm Haley Aaron from the Alabama Department of Archives and History in Montgomery, AL.
Hello from Cincinnati! I'm Kristen from National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Hello everyone. May from the Philippines. Good evening, it’s 10pm here in my part of the world. Used to work in a museum for 10 yrs or so, now full time teaching in the university. Always interested in difficult topics in museums.
Regularly chat with my staff about comfort and capacity, so happy to see it here, too!
Ask a lot of questions, even if I’m not sure how to ask ~ to encourage people to talk and process
(That’s what I try to do!)
Getting staff to consider capacity without judging themselves or feeling like they’re falling short when they feel they don’t have capacity has been challenging. It’s a relatively new concept for many of our staff.
Maybe as a manager you model for staff and verbalize our limits?
Camila Yanzaguano, ICSC
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