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Description: Taking Different Look at Your Career Closing Skill Gaps/Skill Cultivation Resume Marketing Competency/Behavior Based Interviewing Speakers:
Can I succeed today with yesterday's skills? Do I have the qualities, skills and abilities necessary to compete and succeed? What do employers seek in candidates? What can I do to reach the next step in my career? Be Proactive. Positioning yourself for the right career choices requires focused effort. It takes deliberate steps to increase your value proposition. Be proactive by joining your colleagues on June 26 at 12:00pm Eastern to explore these questions.
Taking Different Look at Your Career
Closing Skill Gaps/Skill Cultivation
Competency/Behavior Based Interviewing
State Librarian of Montana, Past AALL President and chair of the Leadership Development Special Committee
Judy Meadows has been the State Law Librarian of Montana since 1984. Since that time she has taken a book and paper-based library to a digital information resource that can serve all Montanans at the time and in the format that they request. She serves on the Montana Supreme Court’s Equal Justice Taskforce and its Continuing Legal Education Commission. Judy Chairs the Court’s Commission on Self-Represented Litigants, and as a member of the Commission on Technology she chairs the Taskforce on Privacy and Public Access to Court Records. Judy is a past President of the American Association of Law Libraries, and a past chair of their State, Court, and Count Law Libraries Special Interest Section and current chair of the Leadership Development Special Committee. She provides consulting services for the National Center for State Courts on issues affecting law libraries and legal information services.
Germayne Cade Moderator: Susan Lewis-Somers Developing Law Librarians for the Future Special Committee Chair and Associate Director for Public Services, Pence Law Library, American University, Washington College of Law
FutureStep, a global recruitment and executive search firm for middle management professionals
Germayne Cade is Project Leader for Futurestep responsible for large-scale project management and managing client relationships. She manages teams of Recruiters and works with clients nationally and internationally in managing the deployment of customized solutions, utilizing best practices and the latest recruitment process efficiencies. Prior to taking on her current responsibilities, Germayne was a Senior Recruiter with responsibility for single search client deliverables. Prior to Joining Futurestep in 2002, she was a Senior Associate with a boutique executive search firm focusing on the recruitment and placement of senior leadership and mid-management talent. Ms. Cade excels at understanding client expectations, motivating people to perform beyond those expectations, and managing through continuous improvement.
Developing Law Librarians for the Future Special Committee Chair and Associate Director for Public Services, Pence Law Library, American University, Washington College of Law