This book is unique because it presents a case study account of an award winning non-profit organization that has implemented a powerful participatory management approach and demonstrates in a convincing way what the benefits of it can be for staff as well as clients.
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A guide to avoiding problems in information literacy instruction, covering such topics as organizational culture, working with administrators, team building, marketing and publicizing programs, and managing technology.
The SOURCE BOOK is a reference volume that provides readers with current information on the latest resources in leadership development. The fourth in a series, the 1992-1993 edition offers two new sections along with updates to previous editions & can serve as a useful adjunct to existing SOURCE BOOKS or as a valuable reference on its own. Organized so that information is easily accessible, it contains the following sections: Courses & Programs; Leadership Technologies (a new section on instruments, simulations, & exercises); Annotated Bibliography; Films & Videos; Resource Persons in Leadership Education; Resource Organizations in Leadership Education; & Index. As a tool for creating or implementing development programs, the SOURCE BOOK is especially valuable to teachers & co-curricular staff in colleges & universities as well as human-resource professionals, management consultants, organization-development professionals, public service consultants, & the public service community. Order from CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP, P.O. Box 26300, Greensboro, NC 27438-6300; 915-545-2805; FAX 919-288-3999.