Presentation without Video
Many librarians and staff in today's libraries have aspirations to be leaders in their careers, but find themselves in lower-level positions and therefore assume opportunities for leadership are limited. That is not the case because leadership is not about positional power or formal authority; it's about influence, and there are several ways one can become influential. This presentation aims to debunk the stereotypical perceptions and misconceptions people might have about leaders, and instead demonstrate how librarians and library staff can adopt key skills to influence co-workers, patrons, and the library in general, and thereby showcase their leadership skills no matter what position they may hold.
Tampa Bay Library Consortium: Go for the Goals 2021
Scholarly Commons Citation
Jensen, J. M. (2021). Leadership: Perception, Misconception, and Inception. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/hunt-library-staff-works/14