Key Words: Joyce Wemer, Library, Radio, Media Outlet, Information Center, Business, Academia, Nonprofit, Government, Music, Community, Public Service, An Operational Services Specialist, A Purveyor of Organizational Leadership.
Every library, information center, radio station, media outlet, business, nonprofit, institution, government and community needs the right organizational and operational leadership, structure, and services to address the requirements of its agency and its community/service arena.
Career Library Administrator/Practitioner, Information Specialist, Educator, Advocate, Consultant; Radio Industry Business Person/Broadcaster; Music; Beatles Subject Specialist; Business; Public Service Professional
Manager and member of the dynamic Harford County Public Library team, key responsibilities include the organization, management, and dissemination of progressive library and information services.
Harford County, Maryland is part of the Greater Baltimore Region and is strategically located on I-95 in the heart of the East Coast located halfway between Baltimore Maryland and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
“For The Benefit of the Library, Information, Radio, Music & Business Service Community”
Organizational leadership for libraries, information centers, radio stations, local media outlets, small business, non-profits and the public/community service sectors involves creativity, flexibility and nontraditional thinking.
The Presentation: Extensive backgrounds working with geographically diverse groups of unique library, information, and media communities nationwide.
Progressive & Creative: The provision of services in the roles of: Library Managers/Practitioners, Knowledge/Information Specialists, Consultants; Radio Broadcasting/Local Media Pros | Business Pros, Music Specialists, Popular Culture Insiders, Community/Public Service Leaders.
Joyce L. Wemer
An extensive background partnering with a collective of geographically diverse and unique library, information, business, radio/media, music, and regional communities.
“For The Benefit of the Library, Information, Radio, Music & Business Service Community.”
“My model for business is the Beatles. They were four guys who kept each other’s kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other, and the total was greater than the sum of the parts. That’s how I see business: Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.”
An Expanding Professional Services Hub:
-The Library & Information Sector
-Business: The Private Sector
-Governmental/ Non-Profit Sector
-Professional Services/Organizational Operations
-Academia: The Education Sector
-Radio Station / Radio Broadcasting / Local Media
-Public Service/Community/Regional Development
We Utilize “The Caique-Mersey Kaleidoscopic Evaluation Process” On A Daily Basis To Work On Challenging Problems:
•Understand the current situation.
•Understand the desired performance.
•Determine the gap.
•Create a framework.