SCRLC is delighted to announce a new session, Solving Personnel Questions,
coming to a computer near you on Tuesday, April 17, 2013, 1:30-3:30 pm EDT.
This course is particularly suitable for directors, managers, and those
currently (or hoping to) supervise employees and student workers. Complete
details and registration information are available at
Are you —
* Looking for new ways to work with difficult staff members?
* Trying to create an effective working group of very different
* Wanting to improve the performance review process through more
effective coaching throughout the year?
* Trying to help your staff successfully navigate transitions at work?
* Hoping to find ways to effectively integrate your team of
full-timers, part-timers, and/or telecommuters?
Join us for an engaging conversation about positive psychology research and
discover simple, straightforward tools to help you and your team thrive even
in times of disruptive organizational change. At the end of the session,
you will have tool kit of strategies to help you and others at your library
can use to increase levels of personal and collective happiness, engagement,
creativity, and inspiration. Our speaker, Linda Bryan, owner of Management
Training and Consulting Services, holds a Masters in Professional Studies
from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University and
over a decade working with employees at Cornell University Library.
Thanks to LSTA funding, this course is only $10 for SCRLC members, only $15
for non-SCRLC members, and $25 for groups. This training is funded in part
by Federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds, awarded to the
New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library
Please help us to spread the word about this session to colleagues and
co-workers who may be interested. Information about all SCRLC workshops and
events is available on our website at http://www.scrlc.org