Susan Burton - Executive Director
Mid-America Library Alliance
at the St. Charles City-County Library District's Spencer Road Branch in St. Peter's, MO.
There are a limited number of seats available for this workshop! Must be prepaid to secure your seat.
A full-day, live, interactive Lead the Change workshop that brings library thought-leaders, directors, and staff together to learn how today’s top libraries are leading change and transforming their communities.
All change starts with a leader taking action and now more than ever, all librarians, regardless of job title, need to see themselves as leaders and change agents. Lead the Change is an interactive workshop that guides attendees through a series of collaborative exercises that will help you harness your ideas, clarify your goals, and create a personal leadership plan.
Produce your own action plan for success
As a participant, you will receive an action planner, and work both individually and in groups during reflection and discussion periods to build a framework for innovation and change. Throughout the day, David Bendekovic, program developer and lead instructor at the Pennsylvania Library Association Academy for Leadership Studies will provide insights, best practices and leadership tools that will help you tap into personal leadership qualities to transform your career, your library and your community, no matter what your stage of career.
Participants will also get access to The Commons, an online alumni community where librarians can share resources, make connections, and crowdsource solutions to their challenges.
Presenter - David Bendekovic
Since September 2004, when he facilitated his first leadership workshop focused on libraries, company founder David Bendekovic has traveled throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia, providing cost-effective leadership development opportunities for libraries.
Today, through a partnership with Library Journal, David serves as creator, developer and lead facilitator of What Great Library Leaders Know and Do. He also serves as developer and lead presenter for the Pennsylvania Library Association’s Academy for Leadership Studies (PALS), and as a visiting instructor at the University of Texas School of Information. He continues to speak and provide organizational and leadership development opportunities at all-staff development sessions and state and national library conferences throughout the United States and Canada.David is a member of the Urban Libraries Council (ULC), the American Library Association (ALA), and many top state associations.
$80.00 per person (lunch included). Must be prepaid to secure your seat. There are a limited number of seats available for this workshop and seats will be secured as payment is received. Due to the nature of this workshop, cancellations after September 9, 2016 will NOT receive a refund.
For Missouri Libraries:
The Missouri State Library through a LSTA grant is funding a limited number of seats for Missouri libraries in this workshop. If you would like one of these available seats, (maximum of 3 per library), please follow this link. If you need more than 3 seats, we will have a waiting list. If seats are still available June 1, 2016, we will be notifying the waiting list. Unless you receive an email notice regarding a waiting list, you may assume you have received a grant supported seat.
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