Monthly Archives: April 2016

Motivating and Developing Others Through Change

Yesterday I went on a full-day course provided by our own Organisational Development team as part of the Practical Skills For Managers series of courses.  You can find more information about the series here: https://www.city.ac.uk/intranet/human-resources/organisational-development/learning-and-development-classroom/practical-skills-for-managers.  The module was delivered by Louise Shepherd of Louise Shepherd Associates. The learning aims of the course were: To enable … Continue reading Motivating and Developing Others Through Change

KEEPING CONNECTED – HOW LIBRARIES USE SOCIAL MEDIA – November 2015

In November last year I was asked to attend this event at the Institut Francais and at the time I had recently been given control of the Facebook and Twitter accounts for the Law Library. I will happily admit that I am not a prolific user of social media: I don’t have a Twitter account … Continue reading KEEPING CONNECTED – HOW LIBRARIES USE SOCIAL MEDIA – November 2015

CILIP Copyright Executive Briefing – April 2016

On 7 April I attended this event, which is an annual event for copyright professionals. It is not just for HE; there were delegates there from a very wide range of sectors, such as museums, law firms, ande government institutions such as the Department of Health. There was even someone from Algeria on the attendance … Continue reading CILIP Copyright Executive Briefing – April 2016