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.
MAY & JUNE 2019 – “The Impostor Syndrome / Leading from the Middle” Imposter Syndrome / Leading from the Middle Flyer
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, Kelly Tyler, LAPL, Jill Harris, San Rafael Public Library, Jen Robinson, Marin County Public Library, and Erwin Magbanua, Chula Vista Public Library.
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 specifically for the DLCL Project. (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.
Register for Fallbrook Program: https://goo.gl/forms/YkaNO5TC8BitrhUI3
Register for Hayward Program: https://goo.gl/forms/jag0Xnms3FKdtSdA3
JUNE 2019 – “Lessons Learned – Reconvening of the DLCL Cohort…”
June 28th – 9am – 4pm, Santa Clara
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 Robert Karatsu, Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are previous DLCL training opportunities: