What is the Maricopa County Library Council
MCLC is a non-profit collaborative group of many
library systems in the Maricopa County area. Its purpose is to share
information, to promote innovative responses to common problems, and
to develop cooperative activities among libraries in Maricopa
County. The membership is open to public, academic, school, and
special libraries. Our current membership consists primarily of
public and academic libraries.
What is the Continuing Education Committee?
MCLC activities are carried out by a
number of committees. The Continuing Education Committee is
responsible for providing relevant, quality programming and
workshops for library professionals as well as paraprofessionals.
Last Update: 6 Oct 2011
Navigating Through Change And Difficult Times
Carnegie Center - Phoenix
Nov 10 2011
8:30 AM -
In the current climate of uncertainty and change, a great deal rests on the ability of library staff to navigate through difficult times. As team players or project leaders, we must learn how to manage setbacks, conflict and challenging people.
Learn the skills to manage yourself and others through the stresses of rapid change and ambiguity through Self-Awareness and Self-Management and Social-Awareness and Social Management. Participants will learn tools to proactively and reactively deal with difficult tasks, relationships, and change in more productive and healthy ways.
Workshop presented by Bobi Seredich & Joelle Hadley of the Southwest Institute for Emotional Intelligence.
Class Type: Workshop - Intended Audience: ALL