Mentoring in the Library

Mentoring in the Library

Building for the Future

Book - 2011
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Mentoring isnt just another component of being a good employee. Its essential to the continuing health of an institution: the sharing of knowledge and experience not only helps less senior employees improve their job skills but transforms managers into stronger leaders. Noted reference librarian and researcher Lee offers librarians at all levels both her experience and her ideas about establishing a formal mentoring process at the library. Readers will learn The kinds of skills the mentor should have, with techniques for successful development, education, and training How to establish formal and informal mentoring arrangements, with a chapter devoted to mentoring librarians electronically Keys to working with students, interns, volunteers, and individuals interested in a library science career In this useful book, Lee shows librarians how mentoring can be both satisfying and good for career development and personal growth.
Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association, 2011.
ISBN: 9780838935934
Branch Call Number: 020.7155 LEE
Characteristics: x, 122 p. ; 23 cm.


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