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Leaders Everywhere: A Panel Discussion

Stephen Francoeur; Kelly Barrick; Karen L. Green; Jeffrey R. Lancaster; Columbia University Libraries/Information Services

Title:
Leaders Everywhere: A Panel Discussion
Author(s):
Francoeur, Stephen
Barrick, Kelly
Green, Karen L.
Lancaster, Jeffrey R.
Columbia University Libraries/Information Services
Date:
Type:
Presentations (Communicative Events)
Department(s):
Libraries and Information Services
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Notes:
The video associated with these slides is available in Academic Commons at http://dx.doi.org/10.7916/D870801P
Publisher:
Columbia University
Publisher Location:
New York
Abstract:
This panel session will involve a freeflowing discussion that may cover a wide range of issues, including but not limited to: professional identity, leadership outside of a management role, the role of leadership and/or mentorship on one’s career trajectory, reskilling, (re)engagement with the profession, reinvention, barriers and strategies, the question of self-determination within the confines of an organization, and how to push from the middle. The panel will respond to the day’s previous speakers and will rely upon audience participation to connect personal experiences to the substantial challenges and opportunities when ‘leading from the middle’.
Subject(s):
Library science
Management
Information science
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Suggested Citation:
Stephen Francoeur, Kelly Barrick, Karen L. Green, Jeffrey R. Lancaster, Columbia University Libraries/Information Services, , Leaders Everywhere: A Panel Discussion, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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