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The 1998 Library Leadership Institute will take place at the Inn at Honey Run in Millersburg, Ohio, from Monday, September 14 through Friday, September 18, 1998.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
 
Persons with 2-10 years of library experience after earning a Master of Library Science degree.

The Institute will accept up to two persons who are currently working on an MLS degree and have 2-10 years of library experience.

Recognizing that some potential leaders may not have access to a library school or their position does not require an MLS degree, the Institute will accept up to three persons with 5-10 years of para-professional or above library experience.

The thirty selected participants will have demonstrated:

Library Leadership 2000 is pleased to announce that the following outstanding library leaders will be mentors at the Institute:

Holly Carroll, Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library, Willowick, OH
Kathy East, Wood County District Public Library, Bowling Green, OH
Michael Lucas, The State Library of Ohio, Columbus, OH
Emily Mobley, Purdue University Libraries, West Lafayette, IN
George Needham, The State Library of Michigan, Lansing, MI
Andy Venable, Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, OH

FACILITATORS

In 1983, the Baltimore County Library began using Becky Schreiber's skills in human relations to assist their staff in time management, coping with difficult people, and managing differences.  Since that time, Becky has established herself as a consultant who understands the needs of libraries, and has the experience to work effectively within those systems.  She is known for thorough preparation, dynamic presentation, and responsiveness to her clients.

John Shannon began his career as a consultant to the Juvenile Justice System in 1973.  It was there he began learning the craft of organizational development consulting by training counselors and managers; and by facilitating change processes designed to make systems more efficient and helpful.  Since that beginning, he has provided consultant services to organizations in business, service industries and government.

Becky and John designed the program and have served as facilitators at the Snowbird Leadership Institute in Utah for the past eight years.  They were also invited to transform Snowbird into the Aurora Leadership Institute in Australia.  They have facilitated state institutes in Alaska, North Carolina, and Texas.

REGISTRATION FEE
$400 Total Cost.  Registration limited to 30.
Some scholarship funding is available

Applications must be postmarked no later than March 31, 1998

For more information, contact Lou Ann Kibler at 216.921.3900.

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