Presentations- Long Range Planning
The author of Hennen's Public Library Planner provides a workshop for planners that want to learn more about doing long range planning in their own libraries. The presentation covers the principles, techniques, and strategies covered in the book. The presentations includes tips on developing the planning committee, collecting the data, and writing and implementing your plan.
Hennen recognizes that while developing a library plan can be relatively easy, creating an effective plan is a true challenge. Effective planning does not start when an authority calls for a plan, nor does it stop when the planning committee presents its report; effective library planning is ongoing.
The presentation is intended for passionate people who want to make public
libraries great. It is for library administrators, boards, and staff. It’s
specifically for the “library planner’s”—different stakeholders (the board,
administration, council, planning committee, and so
Type and Length of Presentation: One to three hour lecture/discussion session. Two day workshop for planners also available. See also Consulting page for information on engaging Hennen Library Consulting to lead your long range planning effort.
Sample presentation: http://www.ntrls2.org/default.asp?action=article&ID=306 Go to the Long Range Planning Link.
Room Setup details.
I will need a screen and
projector that can connect with a computer using Microsoft Powerpoint. I expect
to be able to load the software and test the equipment at least a half an hour
before the program. I prefer a portable microphone as well as a podium.
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