Upcoming 2019 DLCL Training Opportunities
Below are the Developing Leaders in California Libraries training opportunities scheduled for 2019. All are FREE and open to all members of the California library community.
March 2019 – “The Color of Leadership” Color of Leadership Flyer
March 1st – 9am – 4pm, Pasadena Public Library, Central Library
March 20th – 9am – 4pm, Fremont Branch, Alameda County Library
Luis Herrera, City Librarian (Retired), San Francisco Public Library, Dr. Camila Alire, Dean Emerita, University of New Mexico (and past ALA President), Patty Wong, Director, Santa Monica Public Library and Chantel Walker, Assistant Director, Marin County Free Library.
Are you preparing for the future? Do you want to prepare to lead change in libraries and/or in our profession? This program, initially offered as a pre-conference at the Joint Librarians of Color Conference has been expanded specifically for CLA and the DLCL program, is designed for library colleagues who are not only curious about how to prepare for an impactful career path but who are also ready to enhance leadership development skills. Topics covered range from understanding mindful leadership, developing best practices in leading change, team building, inclusive human resource practices, decision-making, risk-taking–building networks/social capital, mentoring, personal advocacy, and much more. Develop your career competitive edge at his preconference with four iconic, nationally-recognized library leaders.
This program is free but to ensure a quality learning experience, registration will be limited to 60 participants maximum at each location.
Register for Pasadena Program: Sorry, but at this time, this program is full.
Register for Fremont Program: https://goo.gl/forms/QguKO1RuZNcAhgK52
April 2019 – “More Skill Building for Library Leaders” More Skill Building for Library Leaders Flyer
April 19th – 9am – 4pm, Sacramento Public Library, Southgate Branch
April 22nd – 9am – 4pm, Ovitt Family Community Library, Ontario
Cheryl Gould, Fully Engaged Libraries
Build Your Personal Change Resilience and Learn to Facilitate Change
They say that change is coming at us faster then ever before. We know that our bodies and brains weren’t designed to handle it. In this workshop you will build personal change resilience as well as learn how to plan and facilitate change to make it easier for your staff. In this workshop attendees will learn and practice in the following areas:
- Understand the brain and bodies response to change
- Differentiate between acute, chronic and positive stress
- Understand how a growth mindset can reduce stress
- Learn and practice 8 change resilience techniques
- Learn to plan and lead change
A deeper understanding of what makes change difficult for individuals will allow you to not only reduce your stress level but to plan processes that allow your staff to more easily accept the many organizational changes yet to come.
Register for Sacramento Program: Coming Soon
Register for Ontario Program: Coming Soon
Because of interactive nature, this session (offered in both north and south) will be limited to the DLCL cohort and approximated 15 other attendees.
May & June 2019 – “The Impostor Syndrome / Leading from the Middle”
May 31st – 9am – 4pm, Fallbrook Branch, San Diego County Library
June 4th – 9am – 4pm, Hayward 21st Century Library and Community Learning Center
Jayanti Addleman, Hayward Public Library, Bill Sannwald, San Diego County Library
Courtney Saldana, Ontario City Library, etc.
Really, the titles of the programs pretty much says it all. These were two popular programs from the conference and content will be expanded out to two and a half hours each. (Program in Hayward will also include an optional tour of the new state-of-the-art Hayward Library.)
This program will be offered in both north and south and will be open to all.
June 2019 – “Lessons Learned – Reconvening of the DLCL Cohort…”
June 28th – 9am – 4pm, San Jose area
Cheryl Gould, Fully Engaged Libraries.
Topics include “Decision Making and Problem Solving” and wrap-up of the year.
Open to DLCL cohort members only.
For questions about registration for the DLCL training programs, please contact Karen Frazier at email@example.com.
Here are previous DLCL training opportunities: