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The closing keynote at the 2011 Arizona Library Association conference, presented by Joan Frye Williams and George Needham.

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    Ask the Right Questions Ask the Right Questions Presentation Transcript

    • Joan Frye Williams and George Needhamat the Arizona Library Association Annual Conference November 30, 2011
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    • Ask the right questions: About our community
    • Howdoes ourcommunitysee itself?
    • What are theiraspirations for thefuture?
    • What do they wishthey knew more about?
    • Which library servicesdo they want us to offer?
    • Which library servicesdo they want us to offer?
    • Ask the right questions: About our library
    • What are our assets?
    • What are our services…from the civilian’s perspective?
    • How do our priorities alignwith what the community is telling us?
    • What are other service providers teaching our community?
    • Are our services sustainable? Sustainability checklist:http://www.georgeandjoan.com/samples/tools.html
    • Will it show?
    • Can it grow?
    • Does it flow?
    • Where are our servicesin their normal life cycle?
    • Are we prepared to succeed?
    • How can they expect us to dothis without more resources?
    • How can they expect us to dothis without more resources?
    • Ask the right questions: About myself
    • What do I owe my community?
    • What do I owe my organization?
    • What do I owe my colleagues?
    • What do I owe my profession?
    • What do I owe myself?
    • Why don’t people appreciate me and my work?
    • Why don’t people appreciate me and my work?
    • Ask the right questions:About making every day count
    • What did I learn today?
    • Have I laughed today?
    • Have I expressed gratitude today?
    • Did I win today?
    • Did I win today?
    • Oh, just one more thing…
    • Let’s continue the investigation! http://georgeandjoan.com hello@georgeandjoan.com Photo by Chuck O’Shea