Webinar: The Right and Proper Way to Play Mind Tricks on Your Supervisor 2018

Event Information


Tuesday, March 27, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am


Event Type: 

Continuing Education - Webinar

Event Category: 

Professional/Personal Development

CEU Hours: 



Free of Charge, Registration required

Getting to Yes

You have a great idea and wonder how you can present it in a persua... forget this. I'm going to give you a rare opportunity to listen in while we talk, library leader to library leader. Yo, Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Leaders, and other muckety mucks: Isn't it nice that most of the people you supervise almost never give you any suggestions at all, and the few suggestions you do get are boring, impenetrable, or impossible? If you want to go on coming up with your own ideas and ignoring the few ideas your colleagues bother to present, then I recommend *not* letting them participate in the "The Right and Proper Way to Play Mind Tricks on Your Supervisor" webinar, which will not only teach them to read your thoughts, it'll teach them to BLOW YOUR MIND. And who wants that, right?

Brett Bonfield

About the Presenter:
Brett Bonfield is the executive director of the Princeton Public Library, a founder of the library-related journal, In the Library with the Lead Pipe, and one of the founding advisory board members and a former co-chair of Library Pipeline, a nonprofit that provides opportunities, funding, and services for libraries and library professionals.
Read more about Brett!


This program is offered in collaboration with MentorNJ, a joint initiative funded by
the New Jersey State Library and LibraryLinkNJ, The New Jersey Library Cooperative.


Registration Information

Registration is open now! Register online by using the link below. 
Registration ends March 23, 2018.

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