OCT 16

Incubate leadership @ your library

A webinar exploring ways to incubate leadership within your library organization and in the broader community to support collaborative and continuous learning.

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Effective leadership in a library community is not performed by any one person. Instead, it is a collective act of many players contributing their toolset of complementary and evolving skills. Leadership "incubates" best in an environment nurtured by collaborative and continuous learning; it often grows accidentally, sometimes unbeknownst to the leader-to-be. Through peer mentoring and other methods, explore ways to create a generative space that nourishes the infectious qualities of leadership. Develop a network of seasoned learners who will incubate leadership, both within your library and in support of the broader community, collaboratively building and leading a rich and fulfilling learning organization.

Presented by: Jennifer Peterson, Community Manager, OCLC WebJunction, Board Member ARSL, and 2011 LJ Mover & Shaker.

This webinar is an adaptation of a presentation, Mentoring as a subversive activity: growing community leadership, from the 2012 Association for Rural & Small Libraries conference.  

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16 October 2012


2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]