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Category Archives: Leadership
I’m still working on this one.
If you are, or want to be, a leader, you need to have followers. People who are willing to follow you.
An accidental manager is someone who falls into a supervisory role without the least qualifications to oversee the work of others.”
As the author of 10 Ways You Can Earn Respect comments, respect may be an old-fashioned idea, but it still matters.
I’ve heard of helicopter parents, who “hover” over their children, doing things children can (and should) do for themselves, but I had never heard of helicopter bosses.
Thank goodness we don’t have to “invent” every solution ourselves. Especially in libraries, just about every management issue you think you have, someone else has had it first, and more often than not, folks are willing to share tips with … Continue reading
You may be a leader. You may be the library director, or head of a department, or just in charge of a certain project.
A couple of quick links about leaders and leadership today:
Yes, I’d like to be successful. Wouldn’t you? So I’m always on the lookout for tips to be more successful.