Available Until 12/31/2024

Inclusive Team-Based Leadership: A Practical Approach to Leading Healthy Teams (Recording)

Do you want to build teams that respect the individuality and identity of all members? Inclusive team-based leadership can help you develop and lead teams that communicate and collaborate respectfully and effectively and get work done!

Inclusive team-based leadership is a leadership approach that recognizes and empowers all members of a team. It respects self-identities and diversity and promotes consensus-building, positive communication, and cultural humility. It sees diversity and differences as a source of energy and vitality. By honoring differences, you can help everyone in a team to contribute fully and effectively.

Aidy Weeks will draw on her experience as a library director and leader to help you develop an understanding of this new leadership approach and acquire skills you can use to build a team or rebuild a dysfunctional team. She’ll use a case study that demonstrates how teams can build a community agreement and show participants how to implement this with their teams.

You’ll leave the session with an understanding of inclusive team-based leadership and its power, an awareness of the specific practices needed to lead an inclusive team, and being able to develop and implement the community agreement based on shared values that is the heart of building or rebuilding a healthy team.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Explain inclusive team-based leadership
  • Select and implement inclusive team-based leadership approaches
  • Explain community agreements
  • Implement a community agreement within teams


Library managers, directors, and supervisors, and other information professionals interested in moving into a leadership position or in leading from their current position.


Aidy Weeks photoAidy Weeks, AHIP is the Director of the UNLV School of Medicine Library. She co-presented, “Developing an Employee Code of Conduct for an Academic Medical Library” at the 2022 Medical Library Association Conference and is the 2021 Erich Meyerhoff Prize winner for “Proving the Proverbial Gadfly: Situating the Southern Medical Works of Mary Louise Marshall.” She is also the Project Lead for the Hispanic/Latinx Inclusive Terminologies Project, which advocates for changes in medical subject headings affecting Hispanic/Latinx diaspora populations, and an active member of MLA and the MLA Latinx Caucus.

Registration Information

  • Length: 1.5 hour recorded webinar
  • Technical information: After you have registered, go to My Learning in MEDLIB-ED to access the live webinar, resources, evaluation, and certificate.
  • Register, participate, and earn 1.5 MLA continuing education (CE) contact hours.

MLA CE Credits: 1.5

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