Library Communication: The Language of Leadership ebook
by Donald E. Riggs
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A collection of essays focussing on practical and theoretical aspects of the importance of communication in leadership. The aims to help the library managers bridge the gaps, stay in touch, build trust, monitor performance and attain a concerted vision.
Donald E. Riggs," The Library Quarterly 63, no. 1 (Ja. 1993): 131-133. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.
One effective part of communication we often fail to recognize is that talking and listening go hand in hand. It is an art that signifies leadership and being able to execute it proficiently only means that we are able to move forward
One effective part of communication we often fail to recognize is that talking and listening go hand in hand. The more you listen to what others have to say, the more you are able to communicate back effectively, which makes the process in both personal and business settings more productive and also enriches our relationships. It is an art that signifies leadership and being able to execute it proficiently only means that we are able to move forward. To speak minds potently in positive ways is to empower, and empowering others is how leaders are made. Develop your ability to empower others through an AIESEC experience.
However, before we begin thinking of doomsday for libraries, we should explore and enthusiastically implement action plans for promoting and learning more about this phenomenon known as Leadership. ISBN13:9780838905814. Release Date:January 1992.
Includes bibliographical references. Riggs, Donald E. Bookplateleaf.
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Every deal, every relationship, every task, every campaign, every sale can all crumble due to a lack of communication. For example, if your running a business and you can’t clearly communicate your vision, your employees won’t be able to complete tasks the way you want them done. Your vision, if you can’t effectively communicate it, is just a dream. No one’s going to work towards your dreams.
Ed. by Donald E. Riggs. This book exhibits the problem with leadership everywhere in our country today: hollow words and generalities in-stead of deeds and substance. Chicago: American Library Assn. The sixteen essays in this volume address two obvious themes: libraries need leadership, and leadership re-quires communication. Like bad politicians, we aspiring library leaders stand here mouthing platitudes with our feet carefully parallel, claiming a position ofleadership and hoping no one will notice we are doing nothing.