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Event Name:We Can't Stop Doing That!
Competency:Leadership and Adaptability
Description:Why is it so easy to start new projects or formulate new procedures and policies, yet so hard to stop doing things that are no longer important, efficient or effective, especially if they were once necessary or successful?  How can you help yourself and your staff see the value in cutting procedures or services that are no longer working?  This webinar will look at the reasons it is often difficult to eliminate something that we do or provide and will talk about a model for actively involving staff in determining if something can be stopped, why it can be stopped, when it can be stopped and how it can be stopped. 
Learning Objectives:
  • Understand barriers to stopping a task or activity
  • Examine tasks and activities in terms of value to the organization
  • Provide a model for effectively involving staff in the decisions  
Betsy Lantz, Executive Director, Northeast Ohio Regional Library System
Event Date:06-06-18
Event Time:10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Eastern
Via Adobe Connect
Contact Person:Melissa Lattanzi
(phone: 330-655-0531)
Details:Who Should Attend: Directors, Managers, Supervisors
Competency:  Leadership and Adaptability

GEO Cost:      $40
Bronze Cost:  $24
Silver Cost:    FREE
Gold Cost:    FREE

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