The Martin Library Leadership Survey is a 12 question survey that measures effective library leadership based on the Martin Library Leadership Definition.
Leadership is influencing followers through the creation and managing of organizational meaning, building and maintaining relationships, and the consistent demonstration of professional and managerial competence.
The survey asks respondents to rate the effectiveness of their library leadership’s ability to create and manage organizational, build and maintain relationships, and demonstrate competence as a librarian and manager. The survey has been validated. The article on developing and validating the survey may be found with the citation and link below.
The Martin Library Leadership Survey is free to use. I only ask you send me the results of your study. This data will be used to inform future analysis of the survey.
The Martin Library Leadership Theory and Martin Library Leadership Survey and scoring guide are available here.