Training by Location



4.24.2018 - Team Building for All Staff
County: Cuyahoga Not all team are born to be highly effective.  In this workshop, you will find out how to overcome obstacles, personalities and conflict.  You will learn the 5 key steps to becoming a highly functioning team.  Through activities, . . .
4.25.2018 - HR Stuff that Every Supervisor Should Know
County: In order to successfully lead others, supervisors need to feel empowered, knowledgeable, capable of exciting their team members and inspiring them to do their best work every day. Join Robin S. Wood, MBA, MLIS, Assistant Director of Public Service - . . .
4.26.2018 - Digital Projects: How to Get Started
County: Cuyahoga In the morning we will touch upon the nuts and bolts of building a digitization program. We’ll start from the very beginning as we discuss the reasons why you want to start scanning, the equipment and knowledge potentially needed, and workflows . . .
4.27.2018 - Early Literacy 101-An Ohio Ready to Read Workshop
County: Summit There is an additional $15 surcharge for facility use and amenities. . . .
5.1.2018 - The Welcoming Library: A Multi-sensory Approach
County: You want your library to welcoming.  It is more than just customer service.  You want to surprise and delight your patrons to keep them coming back. . . .
5.2.2018 - Effective Workplace Communication for New Supervisors
County: Experts suggest that we are communicating in one way or another more than 90% of the time we are awake! Communication can be positive or negative, verbal, non-verbal or in writing.  Communicating effectively is a learned skill that requires . . .
5.3.2018 - Critical Conversations Mini-conference: Tolerance is Not Enough: Libraries Respond to Hate
County: Summit “No matter what type of library you work in and what type of position you hold in the library, you are embedded in “intercultural labor” every day,” according to Beate Gersch.  In the midst of our busy days we don’t . . .
5.9.2018 - School's Out, Now What?: After School Programming for Youth
County: Do you find it challenging to keep youth engaged after school?  Looking for some new after school programming ideas? Then join us as we hear tips and tricks from youth services librarians on how to keep youth engaged through active and passive . . .
5.9.2018 - Readers' Advisory Network--Featuring Penguin Random House Book Buzz
County: Medina Join Amanda Fensch, Penguin Random House representative, for a sneak peek at upcoming titles for Spring. You'll want to stay for a roundtable discussion with your peers.

 Light refreshments will be provided.

 

5.10.2018 - Infusing Art into your Adult Library Programming
County: Summit Art is important and there are many ways to infuse art into your library and programs. . . .
5.11.2018 - Branch Managers Network
County: Medina As a result of the Day for Small Libraries and Branches we are starting a Branch Managers Network.  Here is an opportunity to share your challenges and successes with other branch managers within the region.  This will be the first . . .
5.16.2018 - 6th Annual Directors' Retreat
County:  The 6th Annual Directors’ Retreat will focus on training directors, assistant directors and deputy directors from multi-type libraries in the purposeful collection, analysis and use of data for effective decision-making.  Conducted . . .
5.22.2018 - Tips and Best Practices for Hosting a Successful Cord Cutting Class
County: Some people pay for cable and satellite television, others opt for Internet streaming services. The latter group, often known as cord cutters, is a population quickly growing in popularity as the ease and accessibility of online streaming content is . . .
5.23.2018 - Day for Circ Staff: Don't Eat the Red Frog!
A Crash-Course in Handling Some of the Worst Customers that Come Through Your Doors!
County: Mahoning Some library customers are like the Red Poison Dart Frog of Costa Rica. Their behaviors are toxic! How many times a day are you dealing with angry, difficult and even downright unreasonable customers? They truly can be poisonous, if you let . . .
5.24.2018 - Day for Circ Staff: Don't Eat the Red Frog!
A Crash-Course in Handling Some of the Worst Customers that Come Through Your Doors!
County: Holmes Some library customers are like the Red Poison Dart Frog of Costa Rica. Their behaviors are toxic! How many times a day are you dealing with angry, difficult and even downright unreasonable customers? They truly can be poisonous, if you let . . .
5.30.2018 - Collaboration Connection: A Mixer for All Types of Libraries
County: Cuyahoga Are you waiting for a collaborator in order to get your great idea off the ground or to apply for a grant?  Are you at a university or community college library that would like to work with a special library?  A public library that would . . .
6.1.2018 - Human Resources Networking Event
County: Join your peers for a lively discussion of the latest issues facing human resources. . . .
6.5.2018 - 2018 Emerging Tech Symposium: Thinking Outside the [Makerspace] Box
County: Summit Already have a Makerspace and wondering what is next?  Still don’t have a Makerspace and wondering if you should?  The 2018 Emerging Tech Symposium, “Thinking Outside the [Makerspace] Box,” will focus on assessing . . .
6.6.2018 - We Can't Stop Doing That!
County: Why is it so easy to start new projects or formulate new procedures and policies, yet so hard to stop doing things that are no longer important, efficient or effective, especially if they were once necessary or successful?  How can you help . . .
6.7.2018 - Volunteers: How to Manage Them
County: Summit When money is tight, libraries frequently look to volunteers to help get work done. Even if money isn’t tight, free labor is hard to ignore. However, is it really free? The benefits of having volunteers, however, can be far greater than the . . .
6.13.2018 - The Iron is HOT - Libraries as Innovative and Dynamic Community Catalysts
County: Summit Public library director, Mary Lou Carolan, has worked to dynamically transform libraries using a blend of innovative marketing techniques, community-centered projects, storytelling, and placemaking principles.  Carolan believes public libraries . . .
6.14.2018 - Personal Librarian Program: What worked, what didn't, and how to get one started
County: Many colleges and universities are developing personal librarian programs in an effort to reach more students.  Join Jennifer Starkey and Amanda Koziura for a discussion touching on program logistics, assessment, marketing, outreach, . . .
6.15.2018 - Small Libraries Network
County: Lake As a result of the Day for Small Libraries and Branches we are starting a Small Libraries Network.  Here is an opportunity to share your challenges and successes with other branch managers within the region.  This will be the first . . .
6.20.2018 - Quick Copy Writing Tips that Work
County: Brush up on your writing skills in this one-hour Webinar focusing on content, style, tone and structure. Many library workers write their own program descriptions and promotions, as well as their own newsletters, and this workshop will provide some . . .
6.27.2018 - Best Practices in Performance Documentation
County: Proper employee performance documentation can protect a library from future litigation and benefits its employees by providing concrete and specific feedback on areas in need of improvement. . . .
7.11.2018 - Time Management: Yours and Theirs
County: Almost everyone has more to do than they can get to in any one day.  When you become a manager/supervisor you generally inherit even more things to do in even less time.  Poor personal time management skills take a toll on us as individuals . . .
7.12.2018 - A Safety Day for Everyone
County: Lorain The fundamental safety responsibility of all employers is to provide and environment free of recognized hazards capable of causing loss. Understanding each and every potential hazard capable of causing a loss is an overwhelming task. Numerous . . .
8.1.2018 - If It's Broke, Fix It: Handling Leftover Challenges Effectively
County: If It’s Broke Fix It: Handling Leftover Challenges Effectively . . .
8.16.2018 - A Safety Day for Everyone
County: Ashtabula The fundamental safety responsibility of all employers is to provide and environment free of recognized hazards capable of causing loss. Understanding each and every potential hazard capable of causing a loss is an overwhelming task. Numerous . . .
10.17.2018 - Soft Skills for Strong Management: Cultivating Good Critical Thinking
County: Soft Skills for Strong Management: Cultivating Good Critical Thinking . . .
11.1.2018 - A Safety Day for Everyone
County: Holmes The fundamental safety responsibility of all employers is to provide and environment free of recognized hazards capable of causing loss. Understanding each and every potential hazard capable of causing a loss is an overwhelming task. Numerous . . .
11.14.2018 - Day for Circ Staff: Don't Eat the Red Frog!
A Crash-Course in Handling Some of the Worst Customers that Come Through Your Doors!
County: Erie Some library customers are like the Red Poison Dart Frog of Costa Rica. Their behaviors are toxic! How many times a day are you dealing with angry, difficult and even downright unreasonable customers? They truly can be poisonous, if you let . . .
11.15.2018 - Day for Circ Staff: Don't Eat the Red Frog!
A Crash-Course in Handling Some of the Worst Customers that Come Through Your Doors!
County: Lake Some library customers are like the Red Poison Dart Frog of Costa Rica. Their behaviors are toxic! How many times a day are you dealing with angry, difficult and even downright unreasonable customers? They truly can be poisonous, if you let . . .
12.6.2018 - A Safety Day for Everyone
County: Mahoning The fundamental safety responsibility of all employers is to provide and environment free of recognized hazards capable of causing loss. Understanding each and every potential hazard capable of causing a loss is an overwhelming task. Numerous . . .