The challenge of leadership in global organizations and the deficit of emerging leaders are two of the many factors leading businesses to explore alternative approaches to leadership development. New technologies have opened to door to creative, cost-effective, and engaging ways to train your future leaders regardless of their location.
What It Takes to Build Organizational Excellence
In this webcast, Stanford professor and bestselling author Robert Sutton will explore what it takes for leaders and teams to spread better beliefs and actions throughout an organization. Sutton will reveal how the best leaders and teams develop, deploy, and instill the right mindsets in their people -- rather than ruining or watering down the very things that have fueled successful growth in the past.
By attending you’ll gain useful, but not simplistic, guidelines for meeting the difficult challenge of scaling up and sustaining excellence as organizations grow and programs expand.
These tactics will be explained using examples from organizations ranging from start-ups, like Pulse News and Citrus Lane, to medium-size firms, such as IDEO and Pixar, to large firms, including Google, Procter & Gamble, IKEA, and General Electric, to healthcare systems, including Kaiser Permanente, to not-for-profits, including the Girl Scouts, to government organizations, including the U.S. Army and the Transportation Security Administration.
This is the monthly update of activities and issues related to the National Network of Libraries of Medicine- MidContinental Region.
Get a complete Geek the Library overview and your questions answered in a live format. Our informational webinars are a simple way to learn about the details before committing to participate in the program.
For the last two years, we've been hearing a lot of talk about converting library metadata to linked data. But how? Library of Congress is working on BIBFRAME, a linked data format that is designed to carry all the data in the many millions of existing MARC records. OCLC is using schema.org, a microdata format, to enhance the Web displays of WorldCat records. Dublin Core can be written in RDF; is that linked data?
In this webinar, Debra Shapiro, UW-Madison SLIS instructor, will help you untangle the acronyms, and pick your favorite flavor of linked data.
With the tragic overdose of renowned actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman, many people will turn to libraries with renewed interest in the study and treatment of the disease of addiction.
Join us for a remarkable webcast from with two of the most important publishers producing ground-breaking work on this subject and what it means for collection development.
A LIVE show presented in news show format featuring a wrap-up of "This Month in School Libraries" and deeper discussion of topical school library issues with special guests experts.
- Are you looking for ways to engage teens in your library using technology?
- Is your staff intimidated by both teens and technology?
- Have you hosted successful technology programs for teens at your library?
As a follow-up to Teen Tech Week, join this interactive CSL In Session to discuss your successes and failures, hear about initiatives from other libraries, talk about ways to extend lessons learned during Teen Tech Week into Summer Reading and beyond, and learn how to get creative with securing funding for these initiatives.
- Have you tried to get media coverage for your event, and been disappointed?
- Been part of an interview that was less than successful?
- Looking for ideas on how to deal with the media?
Join veteran newspaper, magazine and TV reporter Barbara Lewis to learn about the best ways to garner publicity for your event. She’ll discuss Top 15 Tips on dealing with the media.
You want to share the impact volunteers have in your organization and in the community, but often the information you track doesn’t help you tell that story.
This webinar will help you move past number of volunteers and number of hours and start telling the real story. You'll learn about information gathering and the key components to good storytelling, how to evaluate your current measurements and how to build support for a more thorough measurement and evaluation program, and how to engage other staff – paid and volunteer – in this work. You'll also receive a worksheet to help you begin to tell the story of volunteer impact in your organization.