With the start of the 21st Century, information services around the world are facing a host of challenges and changes unique to this era of exponential technological growth. However, this change is further compounded by the high turnover rate in senior positions. Focusing on leadership, this textaideal for young, emerging managers and supervisorsaguides future leaders in making the appropriate choices and decisions in response to and in anticipation of the competition. Authors G. Edward Evans and Patricia Layzell Ward's vast professional experience in a variety of roles and organizations all over the world serves as a strong basis for the advice presented. Leadership Basics for Librarians and Information Professionals includes data from surveys and interviews of leaders in archives, libraries, and other information services arenas, as well as current literature on leadership from both general management and information services fields. All together this book is a solid starting point for young librarians and information professionals seeking to get ahead of the competition, as well as a helpful reminder for seasoned leaders needing a bit of inspiration.In his view, those served would grow and developaand might become servant leaders themselves. ... A vast majority of writers on leadership today (e.g., Joseph Badaracco, Warren Bennis, John Kotter, James Kouzes, John Maxwell, Henryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leadership Basics for Librarians and Information Professionals|
|Author||:||Edward G. Evans, Patricia Layzell Ward|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2007-02-06|