To plan, coordinate, and deliver an online program series as charged by the NMRT President.
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This committee, formerly known as the Annual Program Committee, is an off-shoot of the Leadership Development committee, which was disbanded in the reorganization of 2004-2005. Traditionally, the Leadership Development committee sponsored a program funded by Highsmith. The committee was established in 2005 to provide a single session at the ALA Annual Conference. With the 2006-2007 committee year, the committee focused on programming delivered online. The 2014-15 committee was charged with delivering a series of three online programs.
To deliver programs to new members of ALA and the profession offered in alternate formats. The online programs should take advantage of appropriate available technologies.
NMRT members were surveyed in September 2015 to determine which program topics were most requested. In response to the survey results, three topics were selected for the 2015-16 series. Furthermore, they were surveyed about presentation length, time of day to be scheduled and interactivity. The committee has published the survey results online.
Using Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness to Navigate the Stress of Life
Date: May 7, 2020
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. (Eastern)
A former Law Librarian, current Youth Mindfulness Instructor discusses emotional intelligence and teaches how to practice mindfulness as a way of enhancing your personal and professional life. Learn the basics of mindfulness meditation to reduce stress, relax, and improve focus in all aspects of life.
Please register at the link above to join Ashley Moye as she walks us through mindfulness and meditation techniques while highlighting the importance of emotional intelligence in the librarian profession. Join us on Thursday, May 7, 2020, @ 2:00 PM EST/1:00 PM CST!
Participants will be able to implement deep breathing as a way to reduce stress in the moment.
Participants will be able to know how to establish a practice of daily meditation as a way to reduce stress and improve focus over time.
Participants will be able to understand how observing thoughts instead of judging them leads to more self-confidence and inner calm.
Presenter: Ashley Moye
Ashley stepped into her role as a mindfulness meditation instructor through a conscious choice to embrace a more fulfilling channel for both selfless service and lifetime learning than her previous career in law librarianship.
During her decade as a law librarian, Ashley maintained her own mindfulness practice and frequently promoted mindfulness and emotional intelligence within her profession as necessary soft skills for both lawyers and librarians. After completing her Mindfulness Meditation Certification with Guru Ranjit, she began work as a mindfulness instructor for both Charlotte Meditation and their non-profit arm, Youth Meditation. Ashley is also currently serving as Director of Communications and Marketing for Youth Meditation.
Host: LaQuanda T. Onyemeh, MLIS, M.Ed, Training & Consultant Partner at ProQuest, WOC+Lib Co-Founder
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