Registrations are still being accepted the ACRL/Harvard Advanced Leadership Institute for Senior Academic Librarians. The institute is an intensive and highly-interactive program that will enhance your strategic leadership skills and help you position your library for future success. The institute, to be held at Harvard University, March 26-29, 2008, is designed for alumni of the ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians and other senior-level library leaders committed to taking their libraries to the next level.
The institute will address critical leadership issues including leading strategic change, forging effective partnerships and strategic alliances, managing expectations from presidents and provosts, and developing a compelling vision of the 21st century library. During the program, you will develop action plans and apply program concepts to your own personal leadership challenges. Institute faculty will use various teaching techniques: presentations, discussion, exercises, and case studies. Harvard’s case studies make you an active participant in the teaching-learning process. Through lively discussion, you will be challenged to define key issues and identify and offer solutions.
Space is still available; submit your registration today! Complete details and registration materials are online at www.ala.org/acrl/events (click ACRL/Harvard Institute). Questions? Contact Margot Conahan at firstname.lastname@example.org; 312-280-2522.