Bronwyn’s Library Blog

Leadership for Library Technicians

Posted by bronwynr on March 2, 2009

Would you like to:

improve your work potential?

learn how to become a vital link in your organisation?

You don’t have to have the top job to be a leader. Come and find out how you can achieve success and inspire others!

ALIA NSW Library Technicians Group is running another “Leadership for Library Technicians” workshop on Saturday, 4th April, 2009 due tato continued demand.

The objective of the workshop is to provide participants with knowledge of power within organisations, leadership styles and ways that can bring out your leadership potential.

Venue: Brush Farm Corrective Services Academy Training Centre, Lawson Street, Eastwood, Sydney (opposite Brush Farm Park).

Transport: Parking in grounds available or pick-up from Eastwood station can be arranged on request.

Date: Saturday 4th April, 2009

Time: 9.30am to 3.00pm

Cost: $20.00 for ALIA members and students. $30.00 for non-members.

Payment on the day only (cash or cheque).

RSVP and enquiries to Kevin Dudeney; kevin.dudeney at dcs dot nsw dot gov dotau (phone: 9804 5448) or Jennifer Dyer (see below) by Thursday 2nd April 2009

Jennifer Dyer Phone: 9644 9109 Ext 111 j.dyer at bigpond dot net dot au


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