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Getting on Board: Planning and Meetings

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Uploaded on Jan 15, 2012

Each meeting, this video explains, is a planning meeting. It is an opportunity to make plans, take action, evaluate performance, and build excitement. Advance distribution of reports and materials will allow you to dispense with lengthy discussions and use the time for planning. By focusing on major issues and delegating detail-oriented work to committees, your group will have adequate time for discussion and consideration. If an issue arises which may pose a conflict of interest, it is best for the trustee with the conflict to leave the room during discussion and voting. This allows other trustees the privacy to speak openly. As part of your agreement to serve as a public library trustee, you are expected to attend meetings and participate actively. By selectively choosing future trustees, you continue to build a well-rounded board that serves the community and library's best interests.

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