DIRECTOR'S COMPETENCIES FOR MULTITYPE LIBRARY COOPERATION SYSTEMS

 

A. LEADERSHIP ABILITIES AND ATTITUDES: Taking initiative, making things happen through the effective action of others.

 

Future-Directed (Envisions future possibilities for member libraries)

Community Involvement

Advocacy/Political Skills

B. ADMINISTRATIVE ABILITIES: Structuring one's own activities and those of others; coordinating the use of resources to maximize productivity and efficiency.

 

Organizational Management

Fiscal Management and Resource Development

Personnel Management

Working with members and Board

C. PLANNING, DEVELOPING AND OPERATING PROJETS, PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

D. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES SPECIFIC TO LIBRARIES AND THEIR ROLES IN SOCIETY:

Applying the professional or technical knowledge and abilities needed to do the job, including competence in library and information management, familiarity with information policies and practices, skills for integrating the services of libraries with those of other appropriate organizations, and commitment to professional standards.


Professional/technical knowledge and abilities

E. COGNITIVE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Processing information effectively to learn new material, identify and define problems, and make decisions. How a person thinks and analyzes.

F. INTERPERSONAL ABILITIES: Interacting with others.

G. PERSONAL TRAITS:




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