Libraries in the 21st century face unprecedented social and technological change – and the list of challenges seems to grow longer every day! Principal Consultant Richard Sayers is proud to announce a practical NEW one day workshop on Library Innovation. The workshop introduces a rich palette of common and not so common techniques and tools to help kick-start creative thinking and promote successful innovation in libraries and information services.
Public workshops will be available through www.pics.com.au in August 2010 – numbers are limited so book early to secure your place.
To request a customised onsite workshop for your team or organisation, please email [email protected] or telephone +61 (0)410 746 540.
Now available in Australia – internationally recognised library training and development in your own time and at your own pace with ON DEMAND and LIVE ONLINE distance education classes from Lyrasis, in partnership with Richard Sayers and Associates and supported by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA). To view class schedules and register online, visit http://richardsayers.com.au/training/
Richard Sayers and Associates is pleased to support the Klein Group Instrument® for Effective Leadership and Participation in Teams – unique in its ability to assess a range of behaviours essential for effective leadership and teamwork.
The Klein Group Instrument® is currently the only individual and group behaviour assessment that measures four essential leadership and teamworking dimensions using a single instrument – Leadership, Negotiation Orientation, Task Focus, and Interpersonal Focus. Results are delivered through customized reports describing strengths, areas of challenge, and strategies for personal and team growth.
For more information about the Klein Group Instrument®, visit CAPT.
To discuss using the Klein Group Instrument® in your team or organisation, email [email protected] or telephone +61 (0)410 746 540.
Principal Consultant Richard Sayers is delighted to announce the publication of the Handbook of Library Training Practice and Development Volume Three, edited by Alan Brine of De Montfort University, UK and published by Ashgate. Richard co-authored chapter 15 “The Australian Training Scene” with Ross Harvey, currently Visiting Professor in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Simmons College, Boston. The Handbook has already been hailed by reviewers as “essential reading for any library manager with a staff training responsibility.”
Welcome to Richard Sayers and Associates – a niche consultancy dedicated to growing, changing and creating professional and organisational capability.