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Staying successful as a middle manager.


Staying successful as a middle manager.

Mosley, Pixey Anne.

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301 pages




In this follow-up to Transitioning from Librarian to Middle Manager (2004), Mosley (Texas A&M Evan's Library) addresses the challenges of ongoing change and staff relationships and development, self-development, finding sources of financial support, and managing budgets. Case studies treat these critical areas plus mentoring managers, exploring career options, and delegating and regaining managerial authority as the job evolves. Chapters include critical thinking and discussion exercises.

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Date:May 1, 2009
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