Project Compass National Convening . Arlington, Virginia April 25-26, 2012 . Marilyn Johnson. Author, This Book is Overdue! How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us. Key Tips for Telling Your Story Pam Jaskot. Key Ingredients for a GREAT Story. Provide a solution. Have a message.
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Author,This Book is Overdue! How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us.
Telling Your Story
Provide a solution
Have a message
State a problem
Who should tell your story?
Who should your story be told to?
American Library Association
Colorado Public Library Advocacy Initiative – The Big Hairy Audacious Goal http://bhagcolorado.blogspot.com/
North Carolina Library Advocacy
Telling the Library Story Tool Kit – Iowa State Library
Texas Library Association
Chief Operating Officer,
International City/County Management Association
Leadership is influencing others…
toward a purpose.
It’s what you do with others.
It’s not what you do…
Some humans ain't human Some people ain't kind You open up their hearts And here's what you'll find A few frozen pizzas Some ice cubes with hair A broken Popsicle You don't want to go there
Some humans ain't human Though they walk like we do They live and they breathe Just to turn the old screw They screw you when you're sleeping They try to screw you blind Some humans ain't human Some people ain't kind
Milard, H. Brinton & Provan, Keith G. (2006). A Manager’sGuide to Choosing and Using Collaborative Networks. IBM Center for the Business of Government
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