Presented on “Library brand advocacy: STEPPS to effective community engagement” at the Nevada Library Association’s 2018 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Oct 12-14, 2018.
Archives for Speaking Engagements
Presented on “Impact of intrinsic motivators on knowledge sharing in virtual Environments: Implications for workplace information literacy and collaborative practices” at the 2018 European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), Oulu, Finland, Sept 24 – 27, 2018.
Presented on “Cultivating a critical thinking mindset among new information professionals in an era of “alternative facts” at ALISE 2018 Conference on “The Expanding LIS Education Universe,” Feb 6 – 9, Denver, CO.
Presented Before you market: What you need to know about your library’s market orientation and marketing culture. 2017 Library Marketing and Communication Conference (LMCC), Nov 15-16, 2017, Dallas, TX.
Presented on “Re-envisioning management education and training for information professionals. ASIS&T Webinar, April 5, 2017
Presenting “Of human bondage: Breaking through to lasting change in information organizations” at the IFLA 2016 Satellite Meeting on Management and Marketing Section on Managing Human Resources in the Library and Information Context: How do we want to work tomorrow? Aug 10-11, 2016, Toronto, Canada.
Presenting Excavating the emotional pathways to change in libraries. Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Farmingdale Public Library, July 29, 2016, NY.
Presenting workshop entitled Engaging your library community through contagious brand advocacy. Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Farmingdale Public Library, July 15, 2016, NY
I have been invited to present two talks at the Alaska Library Association Annual Conference, Mar 21-24, 2013 in Valdez, Alaska. I will be presenting the following two talks:
“Leading Change in Libraries with Strategic Thinking and Stick-to-itiveness”
“Library Image and Branding: Touchpoints to Community Engagement“
I was very honored that the students in SLIM’s Utah 6 cohort invited me to be commencement speaker for their January graduation ceremony.
I enjoyed participating in the celebration of these fine students’ accomplishments, and wishing them well as they embarked on a new chapter of their careers as information professionals.