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Maintaining Accountability as a Dance Professional

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How do you maintain your accountability as a dance professional?

Here are some thoughts for maintaining your relevance and staying refreshed:

  • Research New Ideas
  • Network with Other Professionals
  • Continue Your Education
  • Reflect on Your Career Progress
  • Consider Progress & Evolution
  • Have A Responsibility to Share

The responsibility to share promotes the practical application of research, network, education, reflection, and progress & evolution.

Find Your Outlet

As an example, with The Dance Exec, I enjoy the process of finding new content and information about our industry. I enjoy thinking through my teaching and choreography style to see what and how I can improve and evolve as an instructor.

It expands my network and worldview, and in turn, it makes me approach all of my work with a unique perspective.

What is your outlet for professional accountability? What do you do to make yourself the best professional?

Chasta Hamilton Calhoun

Chasta is the artistic director and owner of Stage Door Dance Productions in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is also the founder of The Dance Exec, a website and organization that provided resources and training for dance studio owners. The resources from The Dance Exec have a new home on the TutuTix blog, giving dance studio owners an even more in-depth library of free tools and information with which to grow their business. Chasta contributes to the TutuTix blog from time to time, offering her perspective as a studio owner (and TutuTix client!).