Live class: May 28, 29, and 30th, from 2-4pm PT / 5-7pm ET

Managing Productions to Managing People: A How to Guide for Producers and Editors (Session IV)

The most experienced producers and editors are now expected to manage people as well as productions, but they’re not given any training. In this 3-session bootcamp, veteran producer Mia Lobel will share what she’s learned about navigating complicated team dynamics while keeping the train on the tracks.
AIR Members must log in to SoundPath to access discounted pricing. 
Write your awesome label here.

About this class

  • Tuesday, May 28th,
    Wednesday, May 29th, and Thursday, May 30,  2024.
  • 2-4pm PT / 5-7pm ET 
  • 3 x 2 hour classes
  • AIR Member Price: $335
    Non-Member Price: $385
  • Payment Plans available
Are you a mid to senior level producer or editor who’s been asked to manage people but not given any management training? Are you working with a host who… has their moments? Are you navigating complicated team dynamics when what you want to be doing is making the work? 

Join veteran producer Mia Lobel who will share what she’s learned working with big personalities and dozens of teams. We’ll discuss power dynamics, management strategies, and self preservation in this 3-day leadership boot camp.

**It is recommended that you commit to attending all three sessions to get the most out of this bootcamp. 

Who is this class for? 

This class is for mid to senior level producers or editors who’ve explicitly been put into management roles or who are on teams where they become “managers by default.” 
Meet the instructor

Mia Lobel

Mia Lobel is a veteran audio producer, manager, and educator, and the former VP of Content and Production at Pushkin Industries where she oversaw all podcasts including Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History, A Slight Change of Plans with Maya Shankar, Michael Lewis’ Against the Rules, Broken Record, and many more. She has been making audio content since 2001 for public radio stations, non-profit organizations, museums, universities, and voice-activated services. She received a master’s degree from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and a B.A. from Wesleyan University. She has been an adjunct professor at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY since 2010.
Write your awesome label here.