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Category Archives: Listening
I’m still working on this one.
It’s not a good look! It’s not productive!
Negativity is not a good thing.
Let’s talk a minute about sharing our ideas. Are you a “veteran” librarian who has been around the block a few (okay, many) times and you just know when something isn’t going to work?
I just re-read this post I had saved awhile ago. I needed it today. My state is deeply divided politically. My country is deeply divided as well. So I have to pay attention when I read things today like: If … Continue reading
We all do it, at home and at work. And I do it on this blog. I’ve got a bunch of links I’ve been saving up to write about. Here’s a potpourri of some from The Fast Track: 5 Things … Continue reading
First of all, for anyone who reads my blog who doesn’t know a lot about what library directors and library staff do—Let me make one thing perfectly clear: We work hard. People who work in libraries do not sit and … Continue reading
Yes, I know I’ve written about communication before. Perhaps you think I write about it too much. So sue me; I think it’s important! Yup, that’s a lead-in to another post about communication. Well, actually to a few links about … Continue reading