Tuesday, January 10, 2023

New Library 2.0 Podcast: "Course and Scope of Employment: Legal and Fair Work in Your Library" | Upcoming Webinars: "Coaching Skills'" & "Keeping Schools Safe"

We've just posted a new Dr. Albrecht podcast in our "Library Service, Safety, & Security" section of Library 2.0: "Course and Scope of Employment: Legal and Fair Work in Your Library." 
There are some library people who have written to me, both managers, supervisors, and leaders and employees that say, “Am I working outside the course and scope of employment? Am I doing things beyond my job description and job duties? Am I being compensated fairly and legally? Am I working correctly in my job description for what I'm doing at the library? So I want to look at some of those issues here.
Listen to the podcast here

While Dr. Albrecht's twice-monthly podcast and blog posts are available for free, as are our regular mini-conferences and all the conference recordings, we also offer a series of Dr. Albrecht paid webinars and recordings which are available for individual or group viewing here.

Coming Up:


Since 2000, Dr. Steve Albrecht has trained thousands of library employees in 25+ states, live and online, in service, safety, and security. His programs are fast, entertaining, and provide tools that can be put to use immediately in the library workspace with all types of patrons. His new book, The Safe Library: Keeping Users, Staff, and Collections Secure, is being published by Rowman & Littlefield.

In 2015, the ALA published his book, Library Security: Better Communication, Safer Facilities.

Steve holds a doctoral degree in Business Administration (D.B.A.), an M.A. in Security Management, a B.A. in English, and a B.S. in Psychology. He is board-certified in HR, security management, employee coaching, and threat assessment.

He has written 25 books on business, security, and leadership topics. He lives in Springfield, Missouri, with six dogs and two cats.

His professional webite is at http://drstevealbrecht.com.

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