Social media is ubiquitous in our society, and, as a result, a new culture of sharing and transparency exists. The concept of open leadership builds upon this new cultural engagement in social media and challenges us to use social media as a leadership tool. This program provides an overview of how to develop an open leadership strategy that can be applied to effectively and productively use social media for both personal and professional purposes.
Takeaway 1: Participants will be able to list the 10 elements of open leadership and explain why social media can play an important role in leadership and management.
Takeaway 2: Participants will be able to identify at least four examples of how social media can be applied strategically as a leadership tool in the work place.
Takeaway 3: Participants will be able to explain how to conduct an openness audit and use those results to develop a personal or professional social media strategic plan.
Who should attend: Managers and leaders in the field of law librarianship
Track(s): Library Management, Information Technology, Reference, Research and Client Services