In addition to keeping their own professional skills up to date, new managers need to learn quickly how to think strategically, delegate, and successfully supervise and lead their staff. In most cases, these skills are learned on the job, without prior training or with limited mentoring. We will draw on what we learned from the literature and from our own experience to illustrate the skills that we feel contribute the most to the making of a great manager and, ultimately, an effective leader.
Edwards, L., & Tofan, C. (2015, September 17). Manager in the making: Learning to manage people, projects, and time. Presented at Kentucky Library Association Fall Conference in Louisville, KY. Session sponsored by the Library Administration and Management Roundtable.
Kentucky Library Association Fall Conference
Business Administration, Management, and Operations Commons, Human Resources Management Commons
Session sponsored by the KLA Library Administration and Management Roundtable.