Projects

Current projects

1.  CPDWL Podcast Project

CPDWL is hosting a series of podcasts where we speak with library leaders to get their perspectives and thoughts on the profession.

Listen to these interesting podcasts!

2.  Coaching Project

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Business coaching focuses on aligning organisational and individual goals to improve individual performance and to ensure that the organisation's mission is achieved.

Wanted: Coaches!  We need your help!

Do you have experience in coaching? Are you willing to learn how to coach?​

In 2020, the coaching initiative continues as a collaboration between CPDWL and Management & Marketing. Due to the cancellation of the WLIC in Dublin, the coaching activities are moving online. There will be a variety of leadership, management, supervision and other topics for the participants.

Our goal for volunteer coaches is to further your own development as a coach, to prepare you for meeting with an individual to discuss their career and professional development. The IFLA Coach Training activities are available to you all: please see the supporting materials below.

For further information about CPDWL's coaching initiative, please contact:

 Ewa Stenberg ewa.stenberg@mau.se, Convenor of the Coaching initiative.

If you are interested in being a coach, send your expression of interest to:

Carmen Lei carmen@ift.edu.mo or
Barbara Schleihagen 
schleihagen@bibliotheksverband.de

Supporting materials

 

2020

IFLA Coach Training

The IFLA Coach Training series consists of 5 recording training presentations which will introduce you to the coaching mindset and process and help you develop your coaching skills. The recordings are delivered in English, while the presentations slides and handouts have been made available in the official IFLA languages. Further details are available in the CPDWL blog post.

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Completed projects

Planning for CPDW:L Satellite Meetings

Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning

Dernière mise à jour: 16 août 2020