Library Leadership & Management Assn.

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LLAMA webinar: Keeping it Green -- Strategies for leading online teams
LiveWebinar
The gap between library and information services delivered and the understood value of those services by organizational leaders is an undeniable truth. Finding successful methods to bridge the communication gap is possible. This presentation will address key components needed to identify who to communicate with, what to communicate, and provide guidance on delivering a message that has a positive impact on expressing the value of libraries and information centers.
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This webinar will give an overview of research-based tactics for employee engagement, which is the first step toward fostering creativity and innovation. Tactics discussed include flexible working policies, autonomy of time, autonomy of task, and the idea of flow. In addition to the theories behind these ideas, the webinar will feature discussion of their applications in library settings, and practical ways to implement them.
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Learning how to "manage up" will help you move away from “boss from hell” rants towards more effective and enjoyable collaborations by giving you insights into supervisor behaviors, needs, and expectations; and presenting concrete actions you can take to influence your supervisor.
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This webinar will focus on demonstrating how Google Sheets and Google Sites can be used to develop a simple library data dashboard to communicate library data, document data sources, and track progress over time.
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This webinar will help you understand the basics of what is needed to kick-start a culture of MAKE at your library and prepare your staff for the future. You will gain an understanding of the importance of the intersection of libraries, newly accessible technology, and user support systems to get library users ready for future work skills.
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In this webinar, you will learn how to create a strategy for conveying your message to external stakeholders by choosing appropriate qualitative and quantitative measures. You will also learn how to use readily accessible tools to find the most useful statistics for justifying reasonable pay rates, showing the ROI on your services, and communicating your data visually. No previous experience with open data or GIS expected.