December 6, presented by Erin Warnick
Introvert and leadership are two words that are rarely linked together. Yet, experts say that introverts often make some of the greatest leaders. They foster new ways of thinking and offer different ways of motivating and relating to employees. Enroll in this webinar and learn to leverage your quiet strengths and management styles which will help you excel as an introvert in leadership.
As a result of this program, participants will learn:
- The difference between Introverts and Extroverts
- The unique advantages of introverted leadership
- How to make the most of your hidden strengths
- Tips and tricks to make sure your voice is heard
Erin Warnick – Biography
Erin Warnick has been a Children’s Librarian at the American Fork Library for the past 10 years. She has a Master’s of Library Science from Emporia State University. Ever since she began her career in librarianship, Erin has been dedicated to providing support to fellow librarians and the communities they serve. She is the current President-Elect for the Utah Library Association and has also served on committees for the Association for Library Service to Children. When not in a library, Erin loves visiting national parks, spending time with family and friends, and finding new ways to express her creativity. She grew up in Orem and currently lives in Pleasant Grove with her husband, two daughters, a very furry Great Pyrenees, grumpy cat, and five chickens.
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