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Good libraries are led by good leaders. But there are also leaders who are not always at the “top.” Advertisements
Oh dear. You know what I’m talking about. You’re working on a project. It’s almost done, and then. . .wait, just a few more tweaks. Or. . . forget it, trash it, start all over. Or. . . Because, you … Continue reading
There are times when, as a leader, you do have to step back; to “take a back seat,” as it were. 5 Reasons Why Leaders Must Sometimes Take a Backseat shares some thoughts on when and why you might want/need … Continue reading
We all do it, at home and at work. And I do it on this blog. I’ve got a bunch of links I’ve been saving up to write about. Here’s a potpourri of some from The Fast Track: 5 Things … Continue reading
One Meeting Every Project Manager Should Have on Its Calendar “Take the time to reflect on what you learned and can use in the future.”
Good question! But you’d be surprised at the Project Management Lessons from Meditation you can learn!
Just ran across what sounds like an awesome opportunity to get some funding and assistance for doing some creative public programming in your community. The deadline is fast approaching, so if interested you need to act soon. Developed and funded … Continue reading