a Trustee/Director workshop
It’s easy to make each other look bad. But how do you make each other look good? AND make your community a better place. This workshop will focus on a frank discussion of the roles of trustee and director, tips for building relationships, and some attention to the issue of recruitment and review of your most valuable assets: each other.
Speaker Jamie LaRue has been the director of the Douglas County Libraries, headquartered in Castle Rock, CO, since 1990. He is the author of The New Inquisition: Understanding and Managing Intellectual Freedom Challenges, and wrote a weekly newspaper column for over 25 years. He was the Colorado Librarian of the Year in 1998, the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce's 2003 Business Person of the Year, and in 2007 won the Julie J. Boucher (boo-SHAY) Award for Intellectual Freedom.
Jamie is a frequent keynote speaker for library associations. He has been a featured presenter for regional workshops,
facilitator and presenter for staff days, and a moderator and master of ceremonies for everything from debates to awards dinners.
Lately, he has also been running hiring processes for non-profit and municipal CEOs. He particularly enjoys facilitating highly focused planning sessions for organizations that want to know what they do right, and what they need to do next.