1. Happily Ever After From Interview to Action ...Board-Director Relationships That Work! Program 4

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    our 90-minute webinars on successful trustee-director relationships. Library boards learn online with expert consultant/trainer Catherine Hakala-Ausperk January 27th A PERFECT MATCH – Before beginning a search for Library Director, it’s important to know for whom you are searching! Exercises will help identify characteristics matching library and community needs. February 3rd THE SEARCH BEGINS – Discussions, activities surrounding writing the job ad, reviewing candidates, selecting interviewees, creating great questions and conducting the interview. February 10th THE CHOICE – How to actually hire, from reference checking to negotiations, salary and perks, to staff and community orientation. February 17th FUTURE SUCCESS – Sustaining an excellent employee is just as important for directors! This section to cover establishing expectations (from communication channels to goals), clarifying roles, resolving challenges, motivation and ongoing development. All sessions will be recorded and posted to the Montana State Library Vimeo Channel for viewing later (contact Jo Flick at the Montana State Library for more information about archived webinars jflick@mt.gov). PLEASE REGISTER ONLY IF YOU ARE A PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD MEMBER OR DIRECTOR IN MONTANA AND YOU INTEND TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL FOUR SESSIONS LIVE. Live participants benefit from being able to ask our expert presenter questions and by getting to know other library trustees and directors from around Montana. Participants are encouraged to view the sessions in small groups, if possible, under a single registration login. Live participation is limited to 24 separate logins. 6 CE credits in the category of: Library Administration Program 4 originally recorded on February 17th, 2014. Presented by the Montana State Library with support from by the Institute for Museum and Library Services’ Library Services and Technology.

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    • Happily Ever After From Interview to Action ...Board-Director Relationships That Work! #2 THE SEARCH BEGINS...

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      Discussions and activities surrounding writing the job ad, reviewing candidates, selecting interviewees, creating great questions and conducting the interview. In this session, Catherine Hakala-Ausperk details different approaches for the process, citing pitfalls boards may encounter along the way.

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      • President of Saint Louis University

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        Beginning as the capstone project for my communication major, this project grew to be an act of advocacy. This documentary intends to convey what the students, faculty, and staff of Saint Louis University believe to be important in our next president. These stakeholder groups hope to help shape the future of Saint Louis University, and I hope to provide the Presidential Search Committee with a uniquely grassroots perspective to which those in authority may not have easy access. The purpose is that the Presidential Search Committee may view the documentary and take our values into genuine consideration. Allison Walter Saint Louis University Class of 2014 The primary audience for this project is the Presidential Search Committee members with a secondary audience of the Saint Louis University community. I, Allison Walter, identified, selected, and interviewed all of the participants. I also videotaped and edited all of the footage as well as produced the final video. The individuals interviewed for this project agreed to did so in order to support my creative academic project. It is important to note that none of the participants were seeking an opportunity to promote or convey any particular communication to the search committee. The participants were responding to my questions.

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        • Developing Your Written Credentials: CV's and Letter of Interest

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          A curriculum vita, CV or vita, this document is the academic equivalent of a resume and is a summary of your educational and professional history. The CV is used when applying for teaching and administrative positions in academia or for a fellowship or grant. Your CV is an important document in your job search. In developing your written credentials it is crucial to represent your professional experience, accomplishments, expertise, and qualities in the most impactful manner possible. This workshop is designed to help graduate and Ph.D. students learn how to present their CV’s and letter of interest in the strongest possible manner and to provide insight from the perspective of a search committee. Learn what a search committee is looking for and how to write your way into an interview.

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          • Hiring Reconsidered: Understanding the Candidate's Perspective

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            What makes faculty candidates accept or decline offers? Despite the increasing attention that academia has given to search and hire processes, we still know relatively little about what actually drives a candidate’s decision once an offer is made. In this webinar, researchers from the University of Virginia will share the results from a candidate declination and acceptance survey that sheds light on why faculty refuse or accept offers, whether or not these factors vary by race and/or ethnicity, and what the implications are for search committees and administrators. Presented by Dr. Gertrude Fraser, Vice Provost for Faculty Recruitment & Retention, Maggie Harden, Director of the Institute for Faculty Advancement, and Jesse Rine, Research Associate, Center for Effective Teaching in Higher Education, University of Virginia. This webinar was originally broadcast on April 28, 2011 and was sponsored by the following Regional HERCs: Greater Chicago Midwest, Metro New York & Southern CT, Michigan, New Jersey/Eastern PA/Delaware, St. Louis Regional, and the Upper Midwest.

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            • Sailing on Faith: Look Who God Sent

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              "Sailing on Faith: Look Who God Sent" offers Search Committee members some delightful hindsight views from an actual search process that ended with surprise and joy! Search Committee members from Kenilworth United Church of Christ in Buffalo, NY.

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              • Pastoral Searches & Transitions Video 4 - TGC Conference '11

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                Pastor Chris Brauns (Author of "When the Word Leads Your Pastoral Search") leads a discussion about the process of pastoral searches and transitions. Other panel members are Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, and Rick Thompson. (Last of Four videos.) In this video: Chris Brauns, Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, Rick Thompson Permalink: http://thegospelcoalition.org/resources/a/pastoral_searches_and_transitions

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                • Pastoral Searches & Transitions Video 3 - TGC Conference '11

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                  Pastor Chris Brauns (Author of "When the Word Leads Your Pastoral Search") moderates a discussion about the process of pastoral searches and transitions. Other panel members are Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, and Rick Thompson. (Third of Four videos.) In this video: Chris Brauns, Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, Rick Thompson Permalink: http://thegospelcoalition.org/resources/a/pastoral_searches_and_transitions

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                  • Pastoral Searches & Transitions Video 2 - TGC Conference '11

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                    Pastor Chris Brauns (Author of "When the Word Leads Your Pastoral Search") leads a discussion about the process of pastoral searches and transitions. Other panel members are Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, and Rick Thompson. (Second of Four videos.) In this video: Chris Brauns, Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, Rick Thompson Permalink: http://thegospelcoalition.org/resources/a/pastoral_searches_and_transitions

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                    • Pastoral Searches & Transitions Video 1 TGC Conference '11

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                      Pastor Chris Brauns (Author of "When the Word Leads Your Pastoral Search") moderates a discussion about pastoral searches and transitions. Panel includes Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, and Rick Thompson. In this video: Chris Brauns, Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, Rick Thompson Permalink: http://thegospelcoalition.org/resources/a/pastoral_searches_and_transitions

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