Location: Twinsburg Public Library
10050 Ravenna Road
Cost: $65 CAMLS Members
$75 Affiliate Members
Free for guests/speakers
Deadline: Friday, March 28, 2003
Registered Now: 20
Contact Hours: 6
Fee includes coffee, lunch and materials.
This workshop has two vital components. It will lay the groundwork for a new understanding of how work and the workplace have changed and how to work within this current context. And through a provocative panel discussion, participants can hear both the perspectives of library administrators from each generation and the expectations of those just entering the field from Kent State University's SLIS graduate students.
This workshop is presented with the cooperation of Kent State University’s School of Library and Information Science. KSU MLIS students should register through Rhonda Filipan at the Department of Continuing Education at 330.672.0013. Only $15 for KSU students.
Maureen Sullivanis an organizational development consultant whose practice focuses on consulting and training services to libraries and other information organizations. She has more than twenty years of experience as a consultant on strategic planning, leadership and organizational change. Her experience includes twelve years as the human resources administrator in the libraries at the University of Maryland and Yale.
Dr. Richard Rubin is the Dean of the School of Communications and Information Science at Kent State University. His research has examined human resource management, library administration, intellectual freedom and censorship.
Understanding Generational Differences