Fostering Leadership Across the Academic Library Organization: Avoiding the Competency Trap
- Fostering Leadership Across the Academic Library Organization: Avoiding the Competency Trap
- Shore, Elliott
Columbia University Libraries/Information Services
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- Libraries and Information Services
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- Columbia University
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- New York
- Leadership development and mentoring are effective strategies that contribute to organizational success. Within academic library organizations, investing in leadership development and creating cultures of mentorship can positively influence workforce engagement, instill a sense of shared responsibility, and be effective tools for succession planning. Yet, libraries are often uncertain about the most effective ways to cultivate leaders and foster developmental relationships that are mutually beneficial and impactful to both individual and organizational success.
- Library science
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- Elliott Shore, Columbia University Libraries/Information Services, 2014, Fostering Leadership Across the Academic Library Organization: Avoiding the Competency Trap, Columbia University Academic Commons, https://doi.org/10.7916/D8C827XZ.