January 25, 2017 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm GWU Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
2300 I St NW
Washington, DC 20052
A Purposeful Conversation with Barbara Beizer
The characteristics and applications of resilience are as diverse as they are complex and contextual. In this informative, interactive session we will explore:
what current research reveals about resilience,
what makes us personally resilient, and
how practicing curiosity can lead us beyond coping to transformative resilience.
We’ll delve into the origins of your personal resilience, and what has made you resilient up until now. With a simple assessment process, you will discover your resilience strengths and you’ll leave the session with a template you can use to map your pathways to greater resilience in the future.
Barbara Beizer is a Certified Life, Leadership and Transition Coach, leveraging her career in organizational leadership development and change management to help others see differently and do things more effectively. She designs conversations that matter around her current passions of resilience and transition. She serves on the Board of The Transition Network, and is an active member of the Life Planning Network for professionals dedicated to promoting positive aging. Barbara has a Masters Degree in Organizational Development and is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Program.
Date: January 25, 2017
GWU Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
2300 I St NW Washington, DC 20052 Map and Directions
Please join the ARMA NOVA and Metro Maryland Chapters of ARMA and the National Capitol Chapter of AIIM for a private lecture and tour of The Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington and a Reception at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant immediately following on December 12, 2016. See the attached flyer for details and share it with friends.
Join your fellow DC/SLA members and friends at the annual meeting & holiday gathering, Thursday, December 8, 2016, for food, fun and little bit of sparkle.
MENU: Crispy Skin Salmon, Mushroom Braise, Red Wine Poached Pearl Onions Lemon Roasted French Cut Chicken, Skillet Roasted Yukon Potatoes, Fall Vegetables Pumpkin Risotto Savory Bread Pudding, Swiss Chard Green Beans & Apples, Caramelized Shallots Field Green Salad, Roasted Beets, Sundried Cranberries, Goat Cheese, Sherry Vinaigrette, and Miniature Holiday Desserts Display to include the following Petite Apple Tarts & Assorted Holiday Cookies.
The CEB Waterview Conference Center has spectacular views of the twinkling lights of Georgetown and DC and is conveniently located near the Rosslyn Metro Center (Blue Line).
To participate in CEB's Toys for Tots campaign, simply shop for children age 0 through 16 and bring new, unwrapped toys to the event.
Thanks to Third Iron, the makers of BrowZine, for their sponsorship. BrowZine is the ideal tool for leveraging your most expensive resource – your electronic serials collection. With BrowZine, patrons can consume e-journals through a streamlined user interface and personalization tools. By interacting with your unique collection, BrowZine makes your journals more user-friendly than ever before. Allow your researchers to easily connect with what you collect!
Date: December 8, 2016
CEB Waterview Conference Center
1919 North Lynn Street Arlington, Virginia 20009 USA Map and Directions
At some point in your career you will need to pitch an idea and convince someone to do something. It could be asking for funding, it could be initiating a new project, or it could be going for that promotion you feel you deserve. The key to getting the outcome you want is to present your case in an engaging, effective and compelling way. Knowing a few simple, time tested storytelling skills and principles of influence can improve your chances of getting the outcome you want. In this interactive discussion Eric Byrd, founder of Pitch for Success, will walk you through the most powerful structure for any presentation and show you how to leverage your own natural persuasion skills so you can present confidently and naturally.
Eric applies his unique professional background and entertaining speaking style to help professionals create profitable relationships for the 21st century. Eric has taught over 8,000 professionals through his online courses and live training events since launching Pitch for Success in 2013. Using dynamic and engaging presentations Eric draws audiences in and teaches them new perspectives on how to be successful in business today. His training programs empower professionals by teaching a unique mixture of Hollywood storytelling, relationship focused communications, and authenticity based presentation skills. His goal is to help people connect with others and build win-win professional relationships, regardless of position or job title. Eric has been a trainer for Cisco Systems, an adjunct professor at Northern Virginia Community College and currently manages the Small Business Development Center in Loudoun County, Virginia. He is the author of several books including "The Power of Connections", "The Follow Up Formula", and the forthcoming "What I Learned About Business from Playing Angry Birds".
By popular demand, we’re having a happy hour at Crumbs and Whiskers. This event is limited to 15 people, but we can schedule another session if there’s enough interest. We’re allowed to bring our own food and drinks, but have been asked to bring things that don’t tend to spill bits of food like Chipotle. Perhaps we can just order pizza, I’ll post more information as we get closer to the event.
"Relevant trends from the greater library field (and what special libraries can learn from them"
Every year IMLS funds thousands of library projects throughout the U.S., including some of the most
innovative work in the field. This session will point to the top trends and tools that are emerging
from grant-funded and other work in public and academic libraries. Learn how they are reinventing
themselves as centers of learning, crowdsourcing hubs, and facilitators of community conversations.
While corporate and government libraries are generally ineligible for IMLSgrants, you’ll gain a broader
perspective of the field at large, and you might even leave with ideas that work in your library.
Teri, Senior Program Office, State Programs, at Institute of Museum and Library Services and Madison Bolls, together
represent the broadest view of IMLS library funding. Teri helps manage the Grants to States program, which
funds over 1,500 library projects a year in communities across America. Teri works extensively with state
libraries and makes several site visits a year into the field. Before her latest move to the Grants Administration
office Madison helped manage multiple discretionary grant programs, which are awarded on a competitive basis following
peer review. These funds support some of the most innovative work in the field, result in open source tools that can be
adopted by others, and ensure that training for the current and future library workforce remains robust.
Both Teri and Madison also support the agency’s work to shape policy and have a birds-eye view of library
trends happening across the U.S. Before they worked at IMLS, Teri and Madison worked in federal library
environments and both have been longtime SLA members.
Date: September 20, 2016
955 L’Enfant Plaza North, SW Washington, DC 20024-2135 USA Map and Directions