Getting Things      Done When You      Aren’t in ChargeBeth Filar Williams Amy Harris Houk
Who we are ….   Coordinators: for instruction & for distance learning
In what ways do you lead?
Leadership        v.   Managementempowering              evaluatesupportive              supervisevisionary               ...
Think of one success and onefrustration you have had leading.       ….Think-pair-share
Tips from the trenches!http://www.flickr.com/photos/19888921@N00/2672616440/ (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Build relationships    •   Inside your department    •   In other library departments    •   Across your campus
Obtain Buy-In •   Stay in contact with management •   Know your stakeholders •   Show value of your program/idea •   Model...
Communicate   •   TMI vs. TLI   •   Respect different preferences in       communication   •   Need-to-know (& who) basis ...
Advocate    •   Communicate with administration    •   Formal reporting    •   Highlight your program/ideas value    •   G...
How can managers best supportleaders?
Thanks for coming!Slides: http://teachinglibs.wordpress.com/
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Beth FilarWilliams and Amy Harris presented at 3rd Annual Share Academy, August 2012

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    1. 1. Getting Things Done When You Aren’t in ChargeBeth Filar Williams Amy Harris Houk
    2. 2. Who we are …. Coordinators: for instruction & for distance learning
    3. 3. In what ways do you lead?
    4. 4. Leadership v. Managementempowering evaluatesupportive supervisevisionary delegateproblem solving administrativecreative controlrisks authority
    5. 5. Think of one success and onefrustration you have had leading. ….Think-pair-share
    6. 6. Tips from the trenches!http://www.flickr.com/photos/19888921@N00/2672616440/ (CC BY-SA 2.0)
    7. 7. Build relationships • Inside your department • In other library departments • Across your campus
    8. 8. Obtain Buy-In • Stay in contact with management • Know your stakeholders • Show value of your program/idea • Model and reward successes • Respect others’ time (prep an elevator speech?) • Find commonality - inspire a shared vision
    9. 9. Communicate • TMI vs. TLI • Respect different preferences in communication • Need-to-know (& who) basis • Maintain perspective
    10. 10. Advocate • Communicate with administration • Formal reporting • Highlight your program/ideas value • Get outside input and support • Tell your story
    11. 11. How can managers best supportleaders?
    12. 12. Thanks for coming!Slides: http://teachinglibs.wordpress.com/

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