Library Leadership Ohio 2014

Library Leadership Ohio offers participants the opportunity to develop leadership skills, network and collaborate with their peers, and discuss issues important to the future of Ohio libraries. This unique program is facilitated by the nationally recognized consultants Ivy Library (a division of The Ivy Group). This immersive three day program will shape future leaders for Ohio libraries, assist Ohio library staff in becoming leaders in the communities they serve, and provide the chance to work collaboratively on projects of important to Ohio libraries.

Library Leadership Ohio recognizes that individuals can “lead from any position.” For that reason we would like to stress that any library staff member in any type of library is eligible to apply. All that’s required is the desire to lead. We expect many individuals will be ready to take the next step toward becoming an Ohio library leader. To assist in getting the word out about this opportunity we would appreciate if you could share information about this program with your members. Please feel free to reproduce and redistribute this information through any and all communication channels at your disposal.

Library Leadership Ohio
When: July 22 – 25, 2014
Where: Holiday Inn Worthington
Facilitators: Ivy Library
Cost: $425.00
Applications are due: December 16, 2013

You can find all of the details about Library Leadership Ohio, including the application, on the website at: http://www.libraryleadershipohio.org.

You won’t want to miss this exciting opportunity. So, start working on your essays and request your letter of support from your supervisor or director today.

Questions about Library Leadership Ohio 2014 can be directed to Missy Lodge, mlodge@library.ohio.gov.

The State Library of Ohio, OHIONET, and OLC are collaborating to bring you Library Leadership Ohio, with additional support from ALAO. LLO 2014 is funded in part by LSTA funds awarded to OHIONET by the State Library of Ohio.

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