Harwood Library Webinar – The Library’s Role When Disaster Strikes

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Libraries are central to the health of our public lives. We know library programs that strengthen community and create the most impact always authentically address problems that matter deeply to a community. That’s why we’ve developed a series of free—library-focused—webinars to help.

Join us for any of our webinars for library professionals just like you. You’ll have the opportunity to learn, discuss challenges, and find solutions with Harwood Certified Coaches, members of our Library Ambassadors Group, and even our staff.

This webinar—The Library’s Role When Disaster Strikes—is a discussion designed to highlight how libraries can begin to show up differently and accept a new kind of responsibility in the community. Hear stories of libraries who have dealt with natural disasters and other community wide trauma.

Carlton Sears, trained Harwood Coach, will be leading the webinar about how to authentically engage your community. He’ll be joined by library professionals who are using the Harwood practice of Turning Outward in their work.

You may also be interested in:

Session 1: New Engagement Strategies for Diverse Communities

Session 2: Building Allies Across Community

Session 3: Supporting a Turned Outward Organizational Culture

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