Understanding Yourself as a follower (archived webinar)

All Day

Event Details

This is an archived webinar.  You will receive a magic link to watch it via email the day before it is scheduled.  But don't let this fool you.  The magic link allows you to view it at any time...day or night.   

This particular online experience is a mere 60 minutes in length.  Easy to fit into your busy schedule.  

The cost you ask?   No charge for SERLS members...a mere $15.00 for all other libraries.  Enjoy. 

__________________________________________________________________

 Competency: Leadership

Sub-Category: Empowers others to take ownership in decision-making and problem-solving

 

Leaders need followers, and followers need leaders; moreover, in today’s world we must move skillfully from followership to leadership roles and vice-versa depending on context. That said, there’s a two-fold challenge to fulfilling followership responsibilities: one, overcoming the perception of followership as secondary position and thus not being a leader; and two, knowing how to be an effective follower.

 

In this interactive session we’ll probe the meaning of followership and how you can incorporate this understanding into your work.

 

Understanding ourselves as followers will increase our effectiveness and positively impact staff members and patrons. In turn, it will help us to be better leaders when we assume that role.

 

In this session, we will cover important information on:

 

  • Becoming aware of our own personality and work style, and how they affect our followership;
  • Identifying key attributes of effective followers; and
  • Implementing best practices of followership in our work as followers and leaders.

 


SERLS Member Libraries: $0.00

All Other Libraries: $15.00


Event Type(s): Issues and Trends, Online Course, All
Presenter: Mitchell Friedman
Jay Burton
(740) 384-2103

Register For Event

Success!

Oops!

You must log in to register for this event.
Oops! - There was a problem in authenticating your card:



How would you like to be reminded for this event?