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  • 6 Qualities of a Great Manager

    There are lots of managers out there. Some good, some not so good, and some downright great! These are six things that separate the great from the good, the bad, and the ugly.
    1. They have a great eye for talent. A great manager recognizes a talented child and sees where they will fit in the industry. They can look at a child and recognize strengths and weaknesses immediately. I can tell in the first 30 seconds if a child has what it takes to make it in this industry and also what will hold them back.
    A child may be perfect for voiceovers, but nothing else. One child may have huge print potential, but is shy about speaking. Another child may be amazing, but have a slight speech impediment that will preclude them from obtaining work until it’s corrected. A great manager is not afraid to tell you what you need to succeed, whether it’s speech classes, reducing your regional accent, better eye contact, acting classes, or simply a haircut.
    2. They have a great eye for casting. Casting directors go to school to study as well as intern with established casting directors to develop their skills. Managers, by no means, are qualified to think they come close to CDs, but a great manager can look at a character description and

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