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When the Tide Goes Out, Everyone Can See Who’s Swimming Naked. October 20, 2011 Presented by Joan Frye Williams and George Needham. Remember us?. April 26 – Sustainable choices. Existential sustainability. How does our community see itself and its future ?. Operational sustainability.

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when the tide goes out everyone can see who s swimming naked

When the Tide Goes Out, Everyone Can See Who’s Swimming Naked

October 20, 2011

Presented by

Joan Frye Williams and George Needham

are we asking the right questions
Are we asking the right questions?
  • Ask about things they know and care about
  • Don’t ask how to run the library
  • Let them dream big: don’t point out constraints
  • Listen, don’t explain
your challenges
Your challenges
  • Think of the challenges you need to overcome to move your library forward
  • Focus on what you need to accomplish, rather than how other people need to change.
  • Write each of your challenges on a separate Post-it note (one per note), legibly please.
  • On the flip chart paper, work with your colleagues to clump the Post-it notes into common themes
  • Circle and name the themes.
  • Prepare to report your results!
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