Troubled library boards are increasingly common. Serving on a troubled board is stressful, and it can take the focus away from a board’s primary mission. What essential practices can prevent or minimize board problems? When a board does become dysfunctional, how can those involved survive and create change? This recorded webinar is led by Sally Gardner Reed, former executive director of United for Libraries; Trustee Jo Beckwith of Illinois, and Stephen Bero; director of the Algonquin (Ill.) Public Library.
- Best practices to prevent or minimize board problems.
- What can be done to get a wayward Trustee back on the right track.
- How to move forward as a high functioning team.
Who Should Attend
- Library Directors
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