Here are the slides to my recent keynote, “Surviving and Thriving in Deeply Weird World”, presented at the ULA Fall Workshop on September 29, 2017 at the Park City Library. Surviving and Thriving in Deeply Weird World from Peter Bromberg
I recently had the privilege of keynoting the Access Services conference on November 12, 2015 (slides available on slideshare.) I offered to put together a bibliography of the articles and research that informed some of my points around emotional and social intelligence, mindfulness, happiness, health, stress, and effectiveness. Here it is! This bibliography skews more… Continue reading Self-Care, Happiness, Emotional/Social Intelligence: A bibliography
11/7/15 UPDATE — Archived presentation now available online: This week I was honored to be the opening speaker for Library Journal’s new Lead the Change Leadership Academy. My presentation focused on how to develop emotional and social intelligence competencies, how to use a basic coaching model to increase one’s effectiveness, and how to use the… Continue reading Lead the Change: Create Your Career Roadmap: Slides, Script, and Handouts
I am honored to have a guest post up at Tame the Web in honor of the blog’s 10th Anniversary. Happy Anniversary Michael, and thanks for continually using your voice to expand our thinking and uplift the quality and tone of conversation in our profession! Malcolm Gladwell famously defined the “tipping point” as that magic… Continue reading Tame the Web Guest Post: A Tipping Point for Mindfulness Meditation?