Policies for Results
Policies for Results is a fresh way of approaching policy development by looking at constructing policies in 4 parts:
1. the philosophy statement,
2. the regulations,
3. the procedures, and
4. the guidelines.
Learn how to apply the 4 parts of a policy to a sample topic. Review the board's role in policy development, along with the roles played by the library director and staff. And share your policy pet peeves!
Based on the book from the Public Library Association, Creating Policies for Results: From Chaos to Clarity.
The webinar will be recorded, and will be available for viewing soon afterward.
All library board trustees, library staff, volunteers, and Friends group members are welcome to participate. There is no charge.
Contact hours for continuing education toward public librarian re-certification: 1
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This webinar is part of the Wisconsin Trustee Training Week series, which was coordinated by the South Central Library System, and is supported by Arrowhead Library System, Bridges Library System, Indianhead Federated Library System, Lakeshores Library System, Manitowoc-Calumet Library System, Milwaukee County Federated Library System, Monarch Library System, Nicolet Federated Library System, Northern Waters Library Service, Outagamie Waupaca Library System, Southwest Wisconsin Library System, Winding Rivers Library System, Winnefox Library System, and Wisconsin Valley Library Service.