Change has become a way of life for librarians due to technology and the ever-changing information needs of our users. How do we as library managers and leaders handle change effectively and efficiently for ourselves and those we lead, while ensuring that good communication is maintained throughout the process?
The Library Leadership & Management Association (LLAMA) will present a new webinar, “Leading and Communicating Change,” from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Central time on Monday, May 20, 2013.
Presenter Elliott Shore is Executive Director of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and a nationally-recognized figure with many years of experience as a library administrator, author, and speaker. He will discuss change management with a focus on leadership and communication.
Participants will learn:
· How to identify types of organizational changes in the workplace
· The significance of models of change management
· When to utilize the models to lead change
· How to determine the skills necessary for effectively managing change
This webinar is sponsored by the Organizational Theory and Practice Committee of LLAMA’s Library Organization and Management Section (LOMS).
Webinar participants will receive a take-away bibliography of further readings. A follow-up discussion forum will be held at ALA Annual Conference 2013 in Chicago sponsored by the LLAMA/LOMS Organizational Theory and Practice Committee.Fees:
LLAMA member: $49
Non-LLAMA member $59
LLAMA group rate (5 or more people at one site) $199
Non-LLAMA group rate (5 or more people at one site) $239
Register online: http://tinyurl.com/3zhtecm
Register with a purchase order or by mail: registration form (PDF, 1 pg.).
For questions about this webinar or other LLAMA programs, contact Fred Reuland, email@example.com 312-280-5032.
About the Library Leadership and Management Association
The Library Leadership and Management Association (www.ala.org/llama) advances outstanding leadership and management practices in library and information services by encouraging and nurturing individual excellence in current and aspiring library leaders. LLAMA is a division of the American Library Association