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People Skills for Library Managers: A Common Sense Guide for Beginners

Lucile Wilson

Increase your effectiveness as a manager by developing essential interpersonal skills with the creative approach offered in this practical reference. Designed for library school graduates, paraprofessional librarians, and aides who have the responsibility of managing school or small public libraries, this publication focuses on skills that are not part of a librarian's technical training. The techniques are easy to implement, and the book includes numerous examples that illustrate the principles. A must read for those who wish to become leaders in the field.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
  • Publish Date: Apr 15th, 1996
  • Pages: 125
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.28in - 6.17in - 0.42in - 0.57lb
  • EAN: 9781563081439
  • Categories: Library & Information Science - GeneralHuman Resources & Personnel Management

About the Author

Woolls, Blanche: -

Blanche Woolls is Director and Professor Emerita, School of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, past president of the AASL and IASL.

Praise for this book

"A broad range of general management and personnel topics related to interpersonal skills, including motivation, team building, conflict management, communication, and leadership skills."-Library Journal
"A straightforward approach to managing."-Emergency Librarian
"A quick, practical, read for those who need a brief introduction to management."-School Library Journal
"Focuses on interpersonal skills, which are extremely important for managers."-School Library Media Quarterly
?A straightforward approach to managing.??Emergency Librarian
?A straightforward approach to managing.?-Emergency Librarian
?A quick, practical, read for those who need a brief introduction to management.?-School Library Journal
?Focuses on interpersonal skills, which are extremely important for managers.?-School Library Media Quarterly
?A broad range of general management and personnel topics related to interpersonal skills, including motivation, team building, conflict management, communication, and leadership skills.?-Library Journal