Winning with Library Leadership: Enhancing Services Through Connection, Contribution, & Collaboration

Front Cover
American Library Association, 2004 - Business & Economics - 116 pages
0 Reviews
Under pressure to achieve more with less, libraries need to change how they achieve goals. In networked organizations, teamwork, communication and collaboration are keys to getting results. This title offers a roadmap with strategies and action steps to create shared accountability and responsibility in a customer-focused, fast-paced environment.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Making the Transition to NextGeneration Leadership Practices
1
Leadership for Change
18
The Four Change Principles Levers for Change
28
Connection
47
Contribution
58
Collaboration
73
Putting It All Together Integrating Connection Contribution and Collaboration
82
Sticky Issues along the Way
100
The Future Is Already Here
109
REFERENCES
111
INDEX
113
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page x - THE PURPOSE OF THIS BOOK The primary purpose of this book is to help the teacher of art acquire a portion of the knowledge that is needed for success in art education.

About the author (2004)

Paule M. Singer, PhD, with more than twenty years of experience as consultant, is currently the principal consultant of The Singer Group, Inc., specializing in compensation, leadership and human resources development, strategies planning, succession planning, and organization design. She coauthored Winning with Library Leadership with Christi Olson and Developing a Compensation Plan for Your Library (ALA Edition)

Bibliographic information