Part 1: The Library Board’s Role in Advocacy: Using Data, Storytelling and Relationship-Building.
Attendees are invited to consider the role of a library board, professional issues and trends, and the critical skills and relationships trustees bring to their library.
00:02:08 – Using Data for Advocacy, Heidi Fendrick
00:15:04 – Advocacy Through Storytelling, Rachel Cook
00:29:24 – Library Advocacy and Public Officials, Jeri Openshaw
00:35:24 – Building/Maintaining Relationships as an Advocacy Effort, Dan Compton
Part 2: Trends in Strategic Planning.
A panel of library directors will introduce their unique strategic planning processes. Through Q&A and discussion, attendees will explore trends in library leadership and the future of strategic planning. USL staff will also solicit feedback and direction from attendees on Basic Public Library Certification Standard #3 (long-range plan) in preparation for a revision of the standard.
00:57:37 – Strategic Planning in a Deeply Weird World: A Flexible Framework Roadmap Approach, Peter Bromberg
01:22:45 – Strategic Planning at Duchesne County Library, Daniel Mauchley
01:34:35 – Four Stages of Strategic Planning, Patrick Bodily
02:06:50 – Questions and Answers
Heidi Fendrick, Utah State Library
Rachel Cook, Utah State Library
Jeri Openshaw, Utah State Library
Dan Compton, Summit County Library
Peter Bromberg, EveryLibrary
Daniel Mauchley, Duchesne County Library
Patrick Bodily, Independence Public Library