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In a workplace, whether it’s a library or some other organization, we need rules for employees, and we need to get along and work together. Really, it’s the same as in a home and family. We need to meet certain … Continue reading
In libraries, we tend to have lots of meetings. I’ve told you this before.
I wish I knew how many times a day I say to my husband, “I can’t read your mind, you know!” Even when we think we’re being crystal clear with each other, there’s so much room for misinterpretation.
I don’t have “people.” Heck, I don’t even have an office, a real job, or a department. But if I did, I’m pretty sure I’d find this article on building workplace relationships helpful.
If you’re a manager, whether in a library, or somewhere else, it is important to foster an environment where employees are not afraid to tell you hard truths. 10 Things Your Employees Aren’t Telling You If this is the case … Continue reading
If you are a leader, manager, supervisor, director, boss. . . you have others who are (or should be!) accountable to you. But it is not unusual to have accountability problems, such as staff who miss deadlines or submit substandard … Continue reading
Today’s post is brought to you by the letter C. And no, it doesn’t stand for Christmas. Or Cheryl. It stands for Conflict. There’s always conflict, of course, but I feel like I’m aware of a great deal of conflict … Continue reading