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Revisiting Two Classic Books: Think and Grow Rich and The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

Revisiting Two Classic Books: Think and Grow Rich and The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill has been called the “”Granddaddy of All Motivational Literature.”” It was the first book to boldly ask, “”What makes a winner?”” Originally published in the 1940’s, Think and Grow Rich continues to be one of the most popular books today on the power of our thoughts to manifest our reality.

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra are powerful principles you can use to fulfill your deepest desires with effortless joy. When you put them into practice, you’ll realize that you can manifest whatever you’ve been dreaming about.

In this interactive and interactive program, attendees will learn how to apply the wisdom from these classic books to better take control of their thoughts and lives today to create the future that they desire.

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Original broadcast September 17, 2020 

Biography ~ Andrew Sanderbeck
Andrew Sanderbeck has experienced life as a commercial disc jockey, retail manager, corporate training manager and an adjunct professor. Today, he thrives as an introverted entrepreneur, spouse, parent and grandparent who loves animals, people, books, music, spiritual conversation, quiet time and travel. (The order varies from day to day)

People tell Andrew that they love his inspirational online publication, The Friday News Minute – which like Andrew, does not go out every Friday.

Creating a Drama Free Workplace Through Focused Team Development

Creating a Drama Free Workplace Through Focused Team Development

 

Whether you are a newly developing group or tight-knit team who has worked together for several years, there is always the potential for unintended and unwanted drama. Even those who prefer not to contribute can be tempted into conversation that can quickly turn into complaining or gossip.
In this session we will explore the four stage of team development and how to avoid the pitfalls of tempting drama, such as gossip in the workplace.

Attendees will learn:
• The four stages of team development and how to work through each
• Steps to function as a Team of Individuals
• Strategies to avoid the temptation of contributing to drama in the workplace

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Original broadcast September 15, 2020 

Biography ~ Dana Bomba
Dana Bomba is a Branch Manager with the Chesterfield County Public Library near Richmond, Virginia. Her primary focuses are daily operations, staff development, and outreach initiatives. The area of her job she enjoys the most is staff development as she helps her team realize their full potential in an encouraging and empowering way.

Challenging Dementia with Creativity, Collaboration, and Compassion

Challenging Dementia with Creativity, Collaboration, and Compassion

 

5.8 million Americans are now living with Alzheimer’s disease and 16 million are providing care. Public libraries” success in meeting our commitment to lifelong learning depends upon inclusivity across the spectrum of age and cognitive ability. How we respond to this challenge will set the standards for social infrastructure.

Dynamic sensitivity and strategic partnerships are essential. In this interactive and informative webinar, attendees will learn dementia-friendly skills for frontline service, explore engaging in-house programming, and prepare to mobilize innovative, collaborative outreach.

In this program attendees will learn:
• Describe the current scope of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and explain the purpose and potential impact of dementia-friendly library services in your
community
• Apply your knowledge of best practices to raise awareness, implement sensitive communication techniques in customer service, and initiate targeted library programming
with confidence
• Create a network of community partners, seek out the underserved, and develop comprehensive outreach services

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Original broadcast September 15, 2020 


Biography ~ Heather Ogilvie

Heather Ogilvie is the Outreach Librarian for Bay County Public Library in Panama City, Florida. With 23 years of public library experience, Heather has a BA in English from Colby College, an MLIS from FSU, and has trained with the Sunshine State Library Leadership Institute and the Kettering Foundation. She serves as Co-Chair Elect of ASGCLA-IGARD. Heather presents customer-driven programs for the way we live now and enjoys the happy belief that anything is possible.

Tech Programs Post Pandemic – Tech To Go and Lending Programs

Tech Programs Post Pandemic – Tech To Go and Lending Programs

 

We learned a lot in the first few months of 2020 as the world shifted to provide more digital and online services and provide cleaner and safer in-person interactions. Through all these lessons learned, join Brian Pichman as he highlights some of the fun interactive virtual services in this new era of providing services to the public. We will cover some of the best tech tips for technology lending programs and things that patrons and users can do while away from your library. At the end of this workshop, pandemic or not, you’ll be able to provide greater services and resources to your patrons, regardless of their physical location and being as safe as possible to deliver these services.

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Original broadcast September 16, 2020

Biography ~ Brian Pichman
Brian Pichman is a technology enthusiast, sharing his thoughts and ideas to libraries so they can become more interactive, innovative, collaborative, and engaging He is a web developer with experience designing websites. Brian started a collaborative platform called the Evolve Project which aims to change the way people see libraries by introducing new technology and concepts for libraries. Libraries need to re-position themselves as community anchors in order to succeed in today’s culture.

Marketing Your Library with Video

Marketing Your Library with Video

Description: Looking for new ways to promote events and services? Videos are a simple and effective way if you know how. Attend this workshop and learn how to get started creating videos with your phone or tablet! You will learn the basics of shooting video on your device, how to utilize videos on different platforms from YouTube to Facebook, and design a video marketing plan that engages your community.

Learning outcomes:
Outcome One – Craft a video marketing plan that targets programs and engages your audience
Outcome Two – Create captivating video with minimal resources or know-how
Outcome Three – Utilize video through a variety of channels

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Original broadcast September 10, 2020 

Biography ~ Annie Guzman
Annie Guzman is a Community Outreach Librarian with Plano Public Library and her work focuses on community outreach, program development, and video production for social media. She is passionate about empowering people of all ages through excellence in programming and classes.