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This is a presentation associated with the Edward de Bono 6 Hats of Thinking in application to volunteerism.

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    Edward de bono’s six thinking hats creative teams Edward de bono’s six thinking hats creative teams Presentation Transcript

    • EDWARD DE BONO’S SIX THINKING HATSIN THE CONTEXT OF VOLUNTEERISM
    • Logical EDWARD DE Cautious Intuitive BONO’S Which hat must you wear to be an effective 6 HATS OF volunteer at a library THINKING
    • VOLUNTEERISM IS AN ACT OFSERVITUDE BUT HOW CAN ONE’S OFFERINGS BE ENHANCED TO OFFER BETTER CUSTOMER SERVICE AND END USER SATISFACTION? TRY SWITCHING HATS.
    • IN THE LIBRARY YOU WILL FIND A TEAM How are objectives for the day determined, delegated,OF LIBRARIANS AND and completed? Everyone puts on their VOLUNTEERS FROM thinking hats! THE COMMUNITY.
    • U S I N G T H E M O D E L O F E D WA R D D E B O N O ’ S 6 H AT S O F Reflections of a Volunteer:T H I N K I N G A S A G U I D E , T H E G R E E N H AT W I L L B E As a volunteer for the local elementaryP L A C E D O N L I B R A RY PA RT I C I PA N T S . W I T H S U C H A library, I must engage young minds and at times motivate children to select books thatDIVERSE POOL OF CLIENTELES, LIBRARIANS AND challenge yet entertain them. Librarians useH E L P E R S M U S T B E C R E AT I V E T O S AT I S F Y T H E N E E D S technology and creative teaching techniques to keep students attention during lessons.OF ALL. Whoever said the library was boring hasn’t been to an elementary library.
    • W I T H A B L U E H AT S N U G LY O N , L I B R A RY Reflections of a Volunteer:WORKERS MUST ORGANIZE RETURNED One of the most time consuming tasks in a library is checking in andB O O K S , U S E A F O R M A L I Z E D S Y S T E M TO sorting returned materials andC AT E G O R I Z E B O O K S U S I N G T H E A L P H A B E T books.AND NUMERIC REFERENCES, AND RESHELF In is rather rewarding when you see the book you have just returned inB O O K S F O R I M M E D I AT E U S E B Y PAT R O N S . the hands of a smiling child.
    • T H E S W I F T LY C H A N G I N G E N V I R O N M E N T I NT H E L I B R A RY, R E Q U I R E S W O R K E R S T O P U T O N Reflections of a Volunteer:T H E I R Y E L L O W H AT. L I B R A R I A N S M U S TR E M A I N O P T I M I S T I C T H AT E V E RY C L I E N T W I L L Sometimes I feel like Curious George running wildly throughRECEIVE THE HELP THEY NEED WHEN THEY the isles of the library. There areN E E D I T. Q U I T E O F T E N R E S O U R C E S A R E always so many mysteries toLIMITED AND HELP IS SCARCE SO THE YELLOW uncover, new challenges to face, and excited children to play with.H AT S M U S T B E L A C E D W I T H R E D , B L U E , A N DGREEN RIBBONS TO GET THE JOB DONE.
    • I S I T L O G I C A L T O H AV E A L L W O R K E R S T O D O Reflections of a Volunteer: Each weekT H E S A M E TA S K O R J O B I N T H E L I B R A RY ? O F a group of volunteers put our white hatsC O U R S E N O T. T H U S , L I B R A R I A N S A N D H E L P E R S on a self appoint each other to specific roles. As we want every to experienceMUST CAREFUL SCHEDULE PEOPLE, the responsibilities of library workers, positions are rotated. We assess eachA P P R O P R I AT E LY D E L E G AT E W O R K E R S , A N D day and delegate accordingly. When IM AT C H P E O P L E TA L E N T W I T H L I B R A RY R O L E S have on the white hat my job is to make sure that we are logically tackling tasksA N D PAT R O N N E E D S . and assisting patrons in the most efficient way.
    • Reflections of a Volunteer:THERE ARE TIMES WHEN LIBRARIANS AND Security or cautionary action is not usually thought of when the libraryV O L U N T E E R S M U S T P U T O N T H E I R B L A C K H AT O F is concerned. Put I must confess,C A U T I O N . P L A G I A R I S M R U L E S C O P Y R I G H T L AW S , A N D there are many unwritten rules andR E G U L AT I O N S M U S T B E A D H E R E D T O AT A L L T I M E S . potential threats lurking around thePAT R O N I N F O R M AT I O N M U S T B E P R O T E C T E D T O B E I N book nook. When I have on theC O M P L I A N C E W I T H O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L A N D F E D E R A L Black Hat, my job is to ensure compliance and safety. And I takeM A N D AT E S . my job very serious.
    • Reflections of a volunteer:U S I N G B O N O S R E D T H I N K I N G H AT, L I B R A R I A N S A N D Intuitiveness is overrated. Even the bestV O L U N T E E R S M U S T B E I N T U I T I V E . T H E Y M U S T A N T I C I PAT E planner often falls short of a desired goalT H E N E E D O F PAT R O N S A N D E Q U I P T H E M S E LV E S W I T H or task. That is what makes a team soR E S O U R C E S A N D E M P L O Y O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L A N D C R I T I C A L valuable. Collectively, a team is a force toT H I N K I N G S K I L L S T O A D D R E S S PAT R O N S A N D T H E be reckoned with. The various hats that weC O M M U N I T Y N E E D S . D E M O N S T R AT I O N A N D E X H I B I T I O N O F wear allow us to service the needs ofI N F O R M AT I O N , M AT E R I A L A N D R E S O U R C E S M U S T B E others and give the gift of literacy andS H A R E D F R E E LY A S T R U E N E E D S A R E O F T E N M A S K E D B Y infinite knowledge.THE LACK OF KNOWLEDGE. AFTER ALL, KNOWLEDGE WITHN O A C T I O N I S W O RT H L E S S . Next time you go in a library, guess what color hat the librarian and the volunteers are wearing.
    • The End