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Saturday, September 21 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Who’s Keeping Score?: Director Performance Evaluations That Work

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Evaluating a Library Director’s performance is part of the groundwork for successful communication between a board and its organization’s leader. But how do you do it effectively? Do you work off a checklist? Is it written, verbal, or both? What falls within the scope of the evaluation, and what might not? There is good news here: not only are there countless approaches, but there are many ways to do them well. When successes are celebrated and expectations are agreed upon, everybody benefits.

In this session, you’ll hear diverse experiences, gain access to different review processes (and forms) effectively used by Colorado libraries, and--here’s the best part--take it all back to your library to create a successful system, tailored to your library’s unique values and goals.

Learning Outcomes:
  1. You’ll leave this session with the confidence to constructively assess your current evaluation process, improve upon what works, and let go of areas that are hampering success. You’ll be able to “evaluate” the “evaluation”.
  2. You’ll be able to take the fear and anxiety out of evaluations by identifying how the process flows from a plan, and how the process benefits from regular communication throughout the year.
  3. You’ll learn how to identify all the key elements for success: mission statements; outlining meaningful and measurable goals; creating shared checklists and guidelines; structuring the review meeting for effective communication; and assuring that both parties agree and understand the “next steps” within a mutual spirit of collaboration.

Speakers
avatar for John Krueger

John Krueger

Board of Trustees, President, Estes Valley Public Library District
Had a 36 year career in the Oil & Gas Exploration business, retiring in 2005 as a Project Management Advisor for ExxonMobil Corporation. Spent 6 years on the Estes Valley Library Foundation and as President helped to merger the Friends and Foundations organizations. First 3 years... Read More →
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Bob Pasicznyuk

Douglas County Libraries
avatar for Andrea Pettegrew, SHRM-CP

Andrea Pettegrew, SHRM-CP

Human Resources Manager, CLiC (Colorado Library Consortium)
Andrea Pettegrew is the Human Resources & Fiscal Manager at CLiC (Colorado Library Consortium). She has consulted with libraries throughout Colorado on a wide variety of Human Resources topics and is a Certified Professional with the Society for Human Resource Management.
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Laura McConnell

Director, East Morgan County Library District



Saturday September 21, 2019 10:45am - 11:45am
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