#148 The right way to say ‘no’ to choir opportunities

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It’s inevitable that at some point in our career as choir leaders we will need to say ‘no’ and this can be one of the hardest things to do.

As recovering people-pleasers, we know only to well how difficult it can be to make decisions based on what is best for our business and for our own schedule when this means saying no.

In this episode we consider how saying no can offer up fresh opportunities, taking you in new directions and help you to build confidence in your choir ethos.

We take a look at what to do when you need to say no to:

  • Performances
  • Choir members
  • Repertoire suggestions
  • A few others which may crop up

It’s so important to stay true to yourself and your choir ethos, think things through before jumping in AND make sure you can manage the workload as you’ll get so much more satisfaction from your choir leading.

Christine Mulgrew

    Christine Mulgrew

    Christine is a contemporary choir leader who loves to help novice and nervous singers find their voice.

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