Manage your dance studio inbox with time-saving tips that strengthen your communication with parents and streamline your business, leaving more time for the things you love (like dancing and teaching).
Would you like to manage your office remotely, improve intercommunication, and more easily process tuition, gather feedback, and market your dance studio? If so, give these 5 tools (many of them free) a try.
Instead of actual snapshots I’m sharing some of the thoughts and impressions I picked up along the yellow brick road. I hope you’ll use, think about, or act upon these little nuggets from the Dance Teacher Summit. I had a great time collecting them for you.
Chat Archive: The archive to the chat can be found at Chatroll (you do have to be have to register for free with Chatroll to view the archive online) Here is the archive from today’s chat, available for download: Social Smarts Live Chat Check back for more links and useful info. The purpose of of […]
A consummate professional is constructive, positive, is motivated and has the ability to motivate others, displays generosity, and takes the high road. If you want to be seen as a professional in your career and in your life, you must develop strong leadership skills. And leaders are most often defined by their reactions to situations, rather than their actions.
When a parent doesn’t have a clear path to direct a concern, they will go and find just about anyone that will listen to them. From the first moment a student registers at our dance studio we let them know that we are more than open to receiving their feedback and we show them where we keep