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Librarian Events

  1. Going Virtual: Programs and Insights from a Time of Crisis

    October 20, 2021, 11:00 AM

    In these high-energy “lightning talks,” attendees will learn about creative programs that vividly demonstrate the ways in which library programming can make communities stronger and more resilient by creating lifelong learners, fostering conversation, and forging connections.

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  2. Retaining Talent in the New World of Work

    October 20, 2021, 11:00 AM

    While the public sector devotes considerable time and resources to attracting talent, we often do not focus enough on retaining talent. This is a mistake because replacing a departed employee can cost up to 150 percent of the employee’s salary. As a result, it is critically important for all local government leaders (and not just HR) to focus on employee retention.

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  3. The Well-being Road Map and the Essential Role of Emotional Intelligence

    October 20, 2021, 12:00 PM

    There has been an increased focus on employee well-being, leading many to grapple with the question, “What can we do to help our people thrive?” Organizational researchers have consistently observed the connection between emotional intelligence and well-being, and those insights can help leaders build the skills to improve the working lives of their teams.

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  4. Behind the Book Author Takeover with Sharon Draper

    October 20, 2021, 2:00 PM

    On October 20, 2021 at 2:00pm CT, Sharon Draper will give a presentation about the power of teachers (who get double extra credit for the past year!), the importance of reading, and the connections needed to move to the next level of literacy and advocacy for all our students. Having taught for thirty years in Cincinnati Public Schools and been named National Teacher of the year, Sharon Draper has traveled worldwide as an advocate for teachers everywhere.

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  5. From the 19th Century to Today: Giving a Voice to People Through Time Using Stories Past and Present

    October 20, 2021, 2:00 PM

    Join five esteemed creators in a lively discussion of their books which introduce young readers to voices that are well known, such as Martin Luther King, Jr., and to voices who are not yet household names, such as William Still, Frances Perkins, and Elizabeth Hobbs Keckly. The books travel from the time of slavery to today, and discuss the Underground Railroad, workers’ rights, civil rights, and the border wall.

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  6. How to Use Linkedin, Marketing Collateral, and Messaging Templates to Expand Your Network

    October 20, 2021, 2:00 PM

    In this free nonprofit training, you will develop a clear understanding of how to use LinkedIn as a lead generator/connector, identify the marketing collateral needed for new supporters, and master the art of the email template.

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