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Friday, October 12 • 8:00am - 8:50am
Stop Supervising in Circles: Five questions to get direction in challenging situations

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Do you find yourself drained of time and energy, rehashing the same employee problems over and over? Do you have a staff person who just won't "do their job"? Perhaps you think you know the reasons your staff are "˜challenging' for you and your department, but are you actually making assumptions that hinder both your and your employee's ability to make progress? In this presentation we'll talk about the importance of critical thinking for supervisors. You'll learn five questions to ask - yourself, your staff, your organization - to clarify the causes of challenging staff situations, get direction, and stop spinning in circles.

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Brandi Canter

Lead Patron Services Supervisor, Great River Regional Library
I have been with Great River Regional Library for 17 years, first as a branch manager in a small, rural town, and now a regional supervisor with oversight of multiple libraries and staff. I received my MLIS from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. I am a former Peace Corps Volunteer... Read More →

Friday October 12, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am CDT
First American