Library Leadership Ohio is a residential, experimential program of leadership training held biennially. Created by CAMLS and the Regional Library Systems in Ohio in 1993, the program has developed the talents of many leaders now serving Ohio's libraries. The program employs an innovative design based on awareness of self, environment, and the political and social structures in which we lead.
The 2004 Institute
March 2002 Interview with facilitators Shannon and Schreiber