On both days, 100% of participants stated that the sessions were very relevant to The Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Ghana (CARLIGH).
"It enabled us to get a sharper vision, mission, purpose and objectives"
"This revealed deep seated issues that CARLIGH needs to address to move forwards"
"Very relevant - I learnt a lot"
100% of participants agreed that the session would help to strengthen the strategy of CARLIGH, with all but one stating it would help 'a lot'.
"It will go a long way to strengthen our commitment to the course of CARLIGH"
"The programme has been an eye-opener for strategic development"
"More focused vision, mission, purpose and objectives"
"We need to recognise the diverse skills we bring to the table, through the institutions we belong to as well as those in the consortium, for greater collaboration and advocacy."
80% of participants felt that the sessions contributed 'a lot' to their own personal learning and development. All participants felt they had personally benefited from sessions on both days to some extent.
"An enormous improvement on my strategic planning skills"
"I had a better understanding of issues. I'm eager to share with colleagues."
"Today's experience has contributed to my personal learning in the areas of creativity, collaboration, as well as team work."
"Recognised that leadership can be a lonely road to travel. A self-evaluation with the Caplor House (was useful) so I can be a better leader and manager."