About Carol Weisman

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  1. I absolutely love your blog and I love your photographs. What a delight to be connected to someone who keeps loving what they do.

    Tesse

  2. Carol,
    I do not generally read blogs, however the joy of reading your blog has given me a Not-Quite-Guilty pleasure that I know I will look forward to daily. Or whenever you add a post.

    Your writing is delicious! And nutritious, too, since it contains content that I can honestly say pertains to work — thus a lovely treat to anticipate when I get to my desk in the mornings.

    Thanks for writing.
    C
    ps. Oh that Denzel — I always knew there was something about him!

  3. Sue Richards said

    I wonder if Tesse is the young woman I saw speak at a Building Better Boards Conference in Sydney a few years ago? Nice to see that she is part of Carol’s fan club too. We have worked with Carol on a number of occasions and love her. I like reading her blog – I WANT her to have a matching pair of gold ex filling ear-rings by her 60th birthday.

  4. Tesse was the young woman you met in Sydney a few years ago. 6 degrees of seperation is far too many for folks like us. 2 or 3 is more like it. I will let Frank’s dentist know that he needs more dental work so that I can have another crown for my 6oth birthday!

  5. Dina Harris said

    Carol-
    How do I get in touch with you? I no longer have your email address. I have a research question.
    Thanks.
    -Dina Harris

  6. Bev Gillespie said

    Dear Carol

    I have found your articles on your website a most useful reading in my work as an Arts Management facilitator and trainer.

    The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT), a South African registered Non-Profit, organisation is presenting 2 day workshops on Boards and Governance in the Arts. ACT are seeking permission to use the following article: 52 ways to Motivate your Board members.

    The participants of these classes are from Non-Profit Arts and Culture organisation, who work in rural and urban contexts throughout South Africa. The workshop has 25 Arts practitioners and teachers. Some of the participants do not have access to the internet. The reading would be used in print for this situation.

    The website will be cited on each copy. We have a disclaimer on each reading pack that the material is for the sole use of the registered workshop participant only.

    ACT is a service organisation for the capacity development of arts and culture in South Africa. There would be no commercial gain from the use of this material in these classes.

    We appreciate you getting back to us. Should you wish us to add any other information to the reading pack e.g. by kind permission of the World Bank; Operations Evaluation Development, please let us know.

    Best Wishes

    Bev Gillespie
    Facilitator- Board and Governance Arts Projects

    ACT Building Blocks Workshops

  7. mark said

    Can I simply just say what a relief to find somebody that
    actually knows what they’re discussing on the net. You definitely understand how to bring an issue to light and make it important. A lot more people have to look at this and understand this side of your story. I can’t believe you are not more popular given that
    you definitely possess the gift.

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