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The TALL Texans Leadership Development Institute (TALL Texans) is a transformational program that helps participants learn and embrace their potential to take new initiatives for their institutions, profession, and stakeholders.

TALL Texans participants study strategic planning, risk-taking, conflict negotiation, team building, coaching, ethics, advocacy, personal career planning, and more. Mentors, selected by the TLA Executive Board serve as coaches, counselors and role models, sharing their experiences as veteran library leaders. Programming is facilitated by Maureen Sullivan and Jack Siggins, well-known consultants and trainers to libraries and other information organizations.

TALL Texans 2019
July 21 – 25
Montserrat Retreat Center

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The deadline to apply for the 2019 TALL Texans Leadership Development Institute is January 25, 2019.

Requirements

  • Five (5) years of experience working in libraries; MLS not required; experience need not be continuous
  • Current Texas Library Association membership
  • Ability to turn training into action
  • Desire to improve yourself, libraries and communities

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