Welcome to registration for You are the Profession: Creating a Positive Professional Image being held on September 22. Space is limited so please register early. Registration and payment must be complete by September 14 at 5:00 p.m. (CST) in order to participate in the webinar.
You will join the meeting online using GoToWebinar and have the option of dialing in to the audio conference or listening to the program on your computers speakers. You will receive login and dial instructions before the session. Once you receive login instructions, please test your system to ensure you can participate.
Law Librarians bring a host of required competencies that are essential for success in the law library. Even with brilliant skills and fabulous results, outdated perceptions and expectations can interfere with contributions to the institution. Please join Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts, organizational consultant and Professor of Psychology, Culture and Organization Studies at Antioch University as we take a look at image management, credibility, and influence. We will discuss management tactics, techniques to move from the side-line to the center and owning your professional identity.
Who should attend:
Directors, Managers, Solos, Law Librarians responsible for communicating the library’s needs and value to the larger institution
- Image management – what and why?
- Implications for law librarians (e.g., power dynamics, compensation, challenges)
- Strategic approach to image management
- Building credibility and constructing an authentic positive identity that gets results
Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts is an author, professor, researcher and organizational consultant. She is the Professor of Psychology, Culture and Organization Studies in Antioch University’s Ph.D. Program in Leadership and Change. Dr. Roberts has served on the faculties of several of the world's top-ranked business schools, including Harvard and Wharton.
Dr. Roberts' extensive scholarship, tools, and workshops help accomplished and emerging leaders to discover and enact their best selves. A thought leader in the areas of authenticity, identity, diversity, strengths, and personal and professional alignment, Dr. Roberts has published an edited book, Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations, and dozens of top-ranked articles, book chapters, and case studies.
Dr. Roberts earned a BA in Psychology with highest distinction and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Virginia. She received her MA and Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan. She lives near Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and business partner, Rev. Darryl D. Roberts, JD, MDiv, and their daughter. For more information, please visit www.lauramorganroberts.com.Moderator:
Ms. Mary E. Matuszak, Director of Library Services, New York County District Attorney's Office
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