Date(s) - 06/06/2019
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
TBLC Training Facility
The world of work seems to be moving faster and faster every day. Is it possible to keep up with the rapid pace and still be stress free? Yes, it is! This workshop will present productive strategies for workplace success based in part on the book, Getting Things Done® by David Allen. Learn powerful methods for managing commitments, information, and communication that are the gold standard for personal and organizational efficiency. Discover concrete solutions for transforming uncertainty into an integrated system of stress-free productivity.
Learn how to:
- Capture anything and everything that has your attention and concern
- Redefine actionable items into concrete next steps and clear outcomes
- Organize information in the most streamlined way, based on how and when you need to access it
- Make trusted choices about what to do in any given moment
**Priority seating will be given to TBLC member libraries. If the event is full or your library is not a member, please add your name to our list and we will contact you as soon as a space becomes available.**
Doug Crane: Doug Crane began his career with the Palm Beach County Library System as a children’s librarian in 1998 and soon moved his way up the organization serving as the Electronic Resources Coordinator, Branch Manager, and the Director of Branch Services. He was appointed Library Director in 2014 and under his direction the system has won numerous awards including an Urban Library Council Innovation Award.
He was recruited by the Public Library Association for their first podcast in 2015. He is also the author of the article, “May I Ask You a Question – Lessons Learned from Interviewing Public Library Leaders,” published in the Nov/Dec 2015 issue of Public Libraries, “Overcoming the Email Blues” in the December 2017 issue of Learning Exchange, the Newsletter
of the Learning Round Table of the American Library Association, and “Efficient Librarianship: A New Path for the Profession” in the Nov/Dec 2017 issue of Public Libraries.
He currently serves as the Chair of the State Library Council of Florida and is Past President of the Southeast Florida Library Information Network (SEFLIN).