NHLTA WORKSHOP
 Trustee Orientation and Personnel Management

Saturday, April 28, 2018
10 am – 2 pm

Location: Hooksett Public Library
31 Mount Saint Mary’s Way, Hooksett
Directions (https://hooksettlibrary.org/node/3946)
 
Deadline to register is Friday, April 20. ONLINE REGISTRATION only.
 
This workshop is a comprehensive overview of trusteeship and will provide you with the tools and information you need to be an effective library leader. The following topics will be presented and there will be time available to answer questions.
  • NH Laws Relative to Public Libraries
  • Library Trustees—A Job Description
  • Establishing Policies for the Library
  • Budgets—The Process from Adoption to Management
  • Trustees as Employers
  • Trustee Meetings and the Right to Know Law
  • The Trustee as Library Advocate
Download workshop presentation SLIDES. Download workshop HANDOUT. This workshop is FREE and mid-morning refreshments will be provided. Please bring your own bag lunch.
 
If you are unable to attend this workshop, please note that there will also be an orientation workshop at the upcoming NHLTA Spring Conference (May 14, 2018), as well as other workshops specifically recommended for new trustees. Download the Conference BROCHURE and REGISTRATION FORM. We recommend ONLINE REGISTRATION.

If you have questions, please contact Liz Tentarelli or Susan Gaudiello

 

Save the Date!
NHLTA 2018 Conference
Monday, May 14, 2018
The Manchester Downtown Hotel
700 Elm Street, Manchester
(formerly the Radisson Hotel Manchester Downtown)
 
The NHLTA Annual Conference is the premier education event for library trustees in the state. More than 300 trustees and library directors from throughout New Hampshire have attended the conference the past four years, and we expect to exceed that turnout in 2018 at our new venue, the Radisson Hotel Downtown Manchester.

For more information, download the SPONSORSHIP FLYER. We are now accepting sponsorships.
Please register at this online LINK.
 
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