Digital Age Management and Leadership: Five Critical Steps to Integrating Digital Age Techniques into the Workplace

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Todaro Julie

April 7, 1-2pm Central Time

Managing and leading in library and information settings today requires: different techniques to address change in general; techniques for identifying change specific to organizations and workers; timing considerations for faster moving work and umbrella organization settings; using contemporary visuals for illustrating issues; finding unique data for articulating value; and, persuasive content to match techniques to target populations. This one-hour webinar offers specific ideas and techniques for managers and leaders as well as a handout with extensive web links of content and examples. CLICK TO REGISTER

Instructions for joining the webinar will be emails to all registrants on the Monday before the program and also on the morning of the event.

Julie Todaro has been a library manager for many years and has experience in all types of libraries and library settings. She specializes in management and leadership, organizational development in libraries, change management, 21st century trends and future studies, staffing issues, customer service, and emergency management and is currently a community college dean of a 40k+ student institution with 11 campus libraries. Julie is an author and frequent presenter at meetings, conferences and in organizational settings and is committed to professional service with activity in national, state and local organizations and associations, in her local community, past service on her public library’s advisory board and foundation Board and service on the Texas State Library and Archives Commission Library Services and Technology Act Advisory Board. She is past president of both the Texas Library Association and the Association of College and Research Libraries and is currently a 2016-2017 presidential candidate for the American Library Association.

Todaro was selected as one of the ‘2005 Profiles in Power’ by the Austin Business Journal (2005), and was awarded a Library Administration and Management Association (LLAMA) Certificate of Recognition for her work on the "Truth is Out There" Column, (2004) for LLAMA’s journal. Julie was also awarded the YWCA’s Austin Educator of the Year Award,(1999), and was the Texas Library Association’s Librarian of the Year, (1996).

Todaro received her Doctorate of Library Services from Columbia University, and her Masters of Library and Information Science from the University of Texas at Austin.




All TLA webinars are recorded. A link to the recording is sent to all registrants (i.e. you may want to register even if you know you cannot attend the live event). All webinars carry Continuing Education credit for attending the live presentation.

Created on Mar 23, 2015 | Last updated March 23, 2015