Workshops Committee Programs Management Training Series Library Leadership Ohio
Ethical Leadership
Thursday, October 07, 2004
9:30:00 AM - 4:00:00 PM

Cuyahoga County Public Library
Administration Building

2111 Snow Road Parma, Ohio


$70 CAMLS Members
$85 Affiliate Members
$125 Non-members
Free for guests/speakers

Deadline: Thursday, September 30, 2004
Limit: 50
Registered Now: 32
Contact Hours: 5

Fee includes materials

Libraries are at the intersection of some of civil society's most challenging questions - access to information, the right to privacy, literacy and the digital divide to name just a few. As we strive to create a community that works for all, how can we renew our commitments to the common good and the courage that serving the common good requires. Dr. Bill Grace founder and Executive Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership inspires participants with a fresh perspective on their role in creating communities and a nation that lifts up all its citizens. Through an interactive program, participants will tap into their core values - the source of integrity and personal mission - and create a vision for how they will serve the common good. Through Gracious Space, they will learn how to create conversations, relationships, and workplace environments that support transformational change. They will learn how to cultivate their own sources of courage on the path to becoming an ethical leader. DonĂ­t miss this workshop.

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    Audience: Library directors, trustees, managers, and staff who seek a higher purpose in their work.
    Dr. Bill Grace is the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership in Seattle, Washington. He worked in higher education for fifteen years, In the past few years, he has trained thousands of people in ethical leadership. The focus of his work is on the the relationship between values, service learning, and leadership development. Dr. Grace presented a session on ethical leadership at the 2004 PLA Conference and received a standing ovation. His message is important to all of us.

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