Argues for proactive, rather than reactive, democratic library organizations with shared leadership and decision making by leaders and followers.Shortly after the food arrives, the server checks in to make sure it is to my liking and my wine glass is full, along with a friendly word. Late one ... I told him that the cioppino and garlic bread had been my favorite over the past dozen years, how much I enjoyed each visit. ... This aleta#39;s get on with ita attitude permeates the place .
|Title||:||"Leading from the Middle," and Other Contrarian Essays on Library Leadership|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2010|