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From: Kreger, Christine

Sent: Friday, April 24, 2020 7:58 AM

To: Libnet ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>)

Subject: Registration is now open for Curious about Library Supervision - 2-part webinar

Considering a move into a supervisory position in a library and wondering if it’s the right career path for you?

Curious about the specific skills needed to be an effective supervisor?

The Colorado State Library<>, is partnering with Pat Wagner from Pattern Research, Inc.<>, to offer our Curious about Library Supervision two-part webinar series: a practical introduction to the job of a library supervisor.

Topics include why being a supervisor is different even for experienced library personnel, positive reinforcement, coaching, oversight versus micromanagement, course correction, the challenges and rewards, and how to prepare to apply for a supervisory position for the first time.

Registration is open to any library employee. However, our focus are Colorado library personnel who are pursuing a position as a supervisor or manager for the first time. The webinars will be recorded and made available.

Facilitator Pat Wagner has been a library trainer and consultant since 1978. She is known for her good-humored and practical programs.

This webinar is made possible by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services<> (IMLS), administered by the Colorado State Library.


Part One–Introduction–Wednesday May 27th, 2020, 1-2:30 pm MDT What the job of supervisor entails: the challenges, the rewards, and the quirks of being a boss.

Register at:


Part Two–The Resume–Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020, 1-2:30 pm MDT Typical mistakes first-timers make when applying for a promotion to supervisor and how ensure that your resume and interview reflects the supervisory point of view.

Register at:

Christine Kreger

Professional Development Consultant

Colorado State Library, Library Development [Colorado Department of Education, Commissioner]<>

P 303.866.6946

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