The Leader's Role in Planning for the Future
Date & Time
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
May 20, 21 & 22
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Registration begins on Wednesday at 8:45 a.m.
Jewish Community Center of Cleveland
Truehaft Conference Center
26001 South Woodland Road
Non-library staff from member's organizations
Fee includes materials and lunch
Deadline: Wednesday, May 13
This final session in the Transforming Libraries Series will focus on the skills and abilities required for helping libraries and their staffs prepare for the future.
is an organizational consultant specializing in libraries. She has 17 years of experience tin training, developing and educating leaders in librarianship. Maureen has consulted with a variety of libraries in the areas of organizational change, strategic planning, leadership development, staff development, learning organizations and organizational redesigns.
Previous participants int eh series and others who want to learn skills and techniques for planning for the future.
Explore key trends and developments that will affect library services and programs in the next ten years
Learn skills to plan for change
Identify strategies to lead technological change and to prepare staff for self leadership
Gain ideas for building partnerships in your community
Develop a better understanding of organizational learning and how to help staff develop to their full potential
The Next Decade: Trends and development
Implications for libraries: Roles and opportunities
Envisioning a preferred future
Leading technological change
Collaborating and building community partnerships
Developing leadership capacity throughout the organization
Continual learning and development