January 1994
Emergency Librarian;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p66
Lists skills needed by library consultants and facilitators. Coaching skills; Conflict management skills; Group process and facilitating skills; Interpersonal skills; Public relations skills; Delegation skills; Instructional technology competence; Records management skills; Leadership skills; Motivational sills.


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