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Leading From the Side: getting things done when you aren't in charge

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Beth FilarWilliams and Amy Harris presented at 3rd Annual Share Academy, August 2012

Beth FilarWilliams and Amy Harris presented at 3rd Annual Share Academy, August 2012

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