NCLA 2016 Leadership Institute
Cultivating and Inspiring NC Library Leaders
September 15-18, 2016 in Black Mountain, North Carolina.
This intensive four-day residential event took place at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in Black Mountain, NC. Participation in the Leadership Institute will also attend one-day follow up session on April 7th, 2017.
The Leadership Institute is sponsored by North Carolina Library Association and the State Library of North Carolina.
Participants will work on their projects during the course of the 2016-17 year with graduation at next year's NCLA biennial conference in Winston-Salem.
We are proud of these 24 participants in the 2016 leadership institute!
Thanks to NCLA's Vice President/President Elect Mike Crumpton and his planning team, co-chaired by Debbie Shreve, for helping to make this event a big success.
Check out these photos of the institute:
Mission of the Institute
The mission of the North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) Leadership Institute is to create opportunities for learning and skill building in leadership and mentoring. The Institute will cultivate an improved understanding of self and others, while inspiring participants to serve in leadership roles within the profession at local, state and national levels.
Watch this video by NCLA's Reference & Adult Services Section (RASS) about the Institute:
... and check out answers to our Frequently Asked Questions about the Institute.