How to make management interesting for people who aren’t interested …

I’ve got to do a presentation on a course I went on about Moving into Management (without compromising the content of the course which we’re not supposed to share). The problem is most of the audience are probably not even vaguely interested in what I have to say (although actually they might pick up a thing or two).

So how do you make management interesting for people who quite simply aren’t interested?

I’m going to draw on all my teaching skills – interactivity, humour and management bingo.

The other dilemma is not to alienate the people who are actually managing the library. I really want to use the First Break all the Rules 12 questions but will it be treading on toes … How will they feel when I give the staff advice on managing upwards?

I did find some good videos – I’ll put the ones I’m using up later but I couldn’t fit this one in:

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Management Wordle

I attended a management course in October which I am reporting back on at our site meeting. I thought a wordle might make a nice addition to the presentation so I put all the words we noted down in and created this:

Wordle: Management

It would appear it is very important to motivate people…