#SLAtalk: Lessons Learned from the 2015 Leadership Summit

SLA’s Leadership Summit was held last week in Baltimore. Whether or not you attended in person, our hour-long #SLAtalk Twitter chat will be a recap and continuation of the topics that were discussed.

Join us to share your thoughts about leadership and the future of our association. Whether you like to lead, follow or get out of the way, join our #SLAtalk Twitter chat to share your ideas on this special Leadership Summit-themed session!

Wednesday, January 28
3:00-4:00 p.m. ET (What time is that where you are?)
► Follow @SLAhq on Twitter and use #SLAtalk to join in on the conversation.
► New to Twitter chats? Read “How to #SLAtalk.”

Q1 What does leadership mean to you? What leadership qualities do you possess, either within SLA or your workplace?

Q2 What are your thoughts on “radical management” and “outreach empowerment?”

Q3 How do you think strategically? How do you apply strategic thinking into leadership, within SLA or your job?

Q4 What are your thoughts about moving SLA forward?

Check back after the chat for a summary of what was discussed. All Twitter chats are archived here.

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