Quiet Leadership: Cultivate your Identity as an Introverted, Quiet, or Reserved Library Leader to Harvest, Motivate, and Inspire
Thursday, May 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The ideals of leadership qualities can lead the typical introvert into anxiety and avoidance. But quiet or introverted leadership challenges the extroverted norms and expectations. Quiet leadership combats the idea that to be a successful leader you have to be loud. Quiet leadership promotes a healthy and successful working environment through modesty, humility and action, focusing on individual aspirations and talents, inspiring others through guidance and encouragement.
From this webinar, you will:
• Identify stereotypes that plague quiet leadership expectations
• Learn how to influence others without changing who you are
• Discover how to become a quiet leader that is compassionate and understanding
• Develop skills in creating work environments that are inspiring and encourage collaboration
Presented by :: Jennifer Blair
Jennifer Blair is the Head of User Services Librarian and Assistant Professor at Azusa Pacific University. Her role is dedicated to the user experience, including marketing the library, and teaching. She has extensive experience teaching online courses in design and computer literacy. Jennifer holds a B.A. in Graphic Design, a M.A in Education with an emphasis in Educational Multimedia, and a M.S. in Library and Information Studies. Her experience in academic and public libraries as well as work experience in art and design allow her to employ visionary strategies to enrich progress and enhance advancement for students.