Creating Leaders: An Examination of Academic and Research Library Leadership Institutes (PIL #69)—eEditions e-book

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Foreword
Maureen Sullivan

Introduction
Irene M.H. Herold
 

PART 1: A Program for All Types of Academic Libraries


CHAPTER 1. Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians
Anne Marie Casey

 

 

PART 2: Programs for Specific Types of Academic Libraries


CHAPTER 2. The American Theological Library Association's Creating the Leaders of Tomorrow Program
Leland R. Deeds and Miranda Bennett

CHAPTER 3. Help for New College Library Directors: College Library Directors' Mentor Program
Irene M.H. Herold

CHAPTER 4. HBCU Library Alliance Leadership Institute
Monika Rhue

CHAPTER 5. Investing in the Future: Examining the NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellows Program
Jeff Williams and Jennifer McKinnell

 

 

 

 

PART 3: Programs for ARL and Large Research Libraries


CHAPTER 6. ARL's Leadership Career Development Program for Underrepresented Mid-Career Librarians
Jon E. Cawthorne and Teresa Y. Neely

CHAPTER 7. A Year of Discovery: Leadership Development at the Library of Congress
Catherine Dixon and Karen B. Walfall

CHAPTER 8. Big Place, Big Challenges: ARL's Leadership Fellows Program
Ann Campion Riley

CHAPTER 9. Leadership and Fellowship: The UCLA Senior Fellows Program
Marianne Ryan, Kathleen DeLong, and Julie Garrison

 

 

 

 

PART 4: Programs for Multiple Types of Libraries


CHAPTER 10. Developing Practical Library Leadership Skills: The Sunshine State Library Leadership Institute
Rachel Besara
CHAPTER 11. The Stanford Institute: A Brief California Experiment
Vicki D. Bloom

CHAPTER 12. Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians from Traditionally Underrepresented Groups
Trevor A. Dawes

CHAPTER 13. Growing Our Own: A Regional Leadership Challenge
Melissa Jadlos

CHAPTER 14. Taking Flight at Snowbird: Reflections on a Library Leadership Institute
Shellie Jeffries

CHAPTER 15. Riding Tall: Experiences with the TALL Texans Leadership Institute
Martha Rinn

 

 

 

 

PART 5: Programs that Include Librarians among the Participants


CHAPTER 16. The Women's Leadership Institute: Developing Library Leaders
Carolyn Carpan

CHAPTER 17. "Playing at the Big Table": Betting on Transformative Change and Collaboration at the Frye Leadership Institute
Adriene Lim, Vivian Lewis, and Neal Baker

CHAPTER 18. The HERS Institute Experience: Designing the Path Forward
Lois K. Merry

 

 

 

 

PART 6: Findings and Conclusions


CHAPTER 19. Findings
Irene M.H. Herold

CHAPTER 20. Creating Leaders: Lessons Learned
Irene M.H. Herold

Contributors

Index

 

 

Foreword
Maureen Sullivan

Introduction
Irene M.H. Herold
 

PART 1: A Program for All Types of Academic Libraries


CHAPTER 1. Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians
Anne Marie Casey

 

 

PART 2: Programs for Specific Types of Academic Libraries


CHAPTER 2. The American Theological Library Association's Creating the Leaders of Tomorrow Program
Leland R. Deeds and Miranda Bennett

CHAPTER 3. Help for New College Library Directors: College Library Directors' Mentor Program
Irene M.H. Herold

CHAPTER 4. HBCU Library Alliance Leadership Institute
Monika Rhue

CHAPTER 5. Investing in the Future: Examining the NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellows Program
Jeff Williams and Jennifer McKinnell

 

 

 

 

PART 3: Programs for ARL and Large Research Libraries


CHAPTER 6. ARL's Leadership Career Development Program for Underrepresented Mid-Career Librarians
Jon E. Cawthorne and Teresa Y. Neely

CHAPTER 7. A Year of Discovery: Leadership Development at the Library of Congress
Catherine Dixon and Karen B. Walfall

CHAPTER 8. Big Place, Big Challenges: ARL's Leadership Fellows Program
Ann Campion Riley

CHAPTER 9. Leadership and Fellowship: The UCLA Senior Fellows Program
Marianne Ryan, Kathleen DeLong, and Julie Garrison

 

 

 

 

PART 4: Programs for Multiple Types of Libraries


CHAPTER 10. Developing Practical Library Leadership Skills: The Sunshine State Library Leadership Institute
Rachel Besara
CHAPTER 11. The Stanford Institute: A Brief California Experiment
Vicki D. Bloom

CHAPTER 12. Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians from Traditionally Underrepresented Groups
Trevor A. Dawes

CHAPTER 13. Growing Our Own: A Regional Leadership Challenge
Melissa Jadlos

CHAPTER 14. Taking Flight at Snowbird: Reflections on a Library Leadership Institute
Shellie Jeffries

CHAPTER 15. Riding Tall: Experiences with the TALL Texans Leadership Institute
Martha Rinn

 

 

 

 

PART 5: Programs that Include Librarians among the Participants


CHAPTER 16. The Women's Leadership Institute: Developing Library Leaders
Carolyn Carpan

CHAPTER 17. "Playing at the Big Table": Betting on Transformative Change and Collaboration at the Frye Leadership Institute
Adriene Lim, Vivian Lewis, and Neal Baker

CHAPTER 18. The HERS Institute Experience: Designing the Path Forward
Lois K. Merry

 

 

 

 

PART 6: Findings and Conclusions


CHAPTER 19. Findings
Irene M.H. Herold

CHAPTER 20. Creating Leaders: Lessons Learned
Irene M.H. Herold

Contributors

Index

 

 

Irene M. H. Herold

Irene M.H. Herold is Dean of Libraries and University Librarian, VCU Libraries, Virginia Commonwealth University; a past ACRL President; and formerly the Librarian of the College at The College of Wooster in Ohio and university librarian at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa.  She also served as the dean of the library at Keene State College and as the library director at Daniel Webster College, both in New Hampshire. Her Ph.D. from Simmons University focused on leadership development. Her MLS is from the University of Washington and she has an MA in history from Western Illinois University. She was a contributing author and compiling editor for her first book, Creating Leaders: An Examination of Academic and Research Library Leadership Institutes. 

"Highly recommended for librarians in any kind of leadership role, whether formally or informally, and any librarian who has aspirations to become a leader in the future."
Library Journal

"Creating Leaders not only describes and analyzes each major leadership institute under consideration; it also provides aspiring library leaders with references to an impressive corpus of the preeminent leadership literature."
College and Research Libraries

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