August 22, 2014

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TRANSFORM YOUR LIBRARY CAREER AND COMMUNITY
WITH TOP RATED LEADERSHIP SEMINAR

Lead the Change is a library leadership seminar that brings together library thought leaders to show participants how today's top libraries are leading change and transforming their communities. Attendees are lead through a series of exercises to help bridge key thoughts to individual leadership objectives to help them harness their ideas, their innovation and their ability to lead.

Lead the Change Article Archives


A Look at “Profiles in Leadership” | Focus on Leadership and Management

ErnieDimattiaTN

Leadership has become one of the most popular terms when applied to human behavior, particularly with regard to the operation of an organization, the actions of government, or the success of other entities or endeavors. In some cases, it has been used interchangeably with the term management, thus confusing the differentiation commonly cited between the two words.

Leadership Is Not a Static Endeavor | Lead The Change

David Bendekovic

Leading today’s libraries demands fluidity, which requires the willingness to recognize the need for change, and then, the ability to lead that change. And, as we say at the Lead the Change sessions, “You don’t need a title to be a leader!”

Library Support Requires Active Leaders | Lead the Change

Kit Hadley

Are extraordinary initiatives the business of public libraries and their leaders? In my view, they exemplify the leadership role for public libraries.

Lead the Change: Preparing Today’s Leaders for Tomorrow’s Challenges

LEAD THE CHANGE 08-01-12 LJ ljx120801Schwartz

LJ’s 550 Movers and Shakers and staff from libraries honored as LJ Library of the Year have formed the core of the real-world library leaders who serve as examples and guest speakers at the workshops.

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It just keeps getting better. I continue to be blown away by the hunger in libraries for marketing — not just the promotion side of marketing — but bona  fide market research. This week’s Lead the Change session, held at my library gave me new inspiration. 100 library staff from the five-state area around Ohio gathered […]

The Whole Story: There’s Way More to LJ Than What’s on Paper | Editorial

If you’re reading this in print and only in print, you may not realize it, but you’re not getting everything that Library Journal has to offer.