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Sometimes as a manager you feel your team isn’t accomplishing as much as it should. The problem can be with one team member.
Though I extol the virtues of collaboration all the time, it’s clear I still have a lot to learn. I’ll be spending time with Jesse Lyn Stoner’s What is Collaboration and Where Does it Begin? soon. I always learn … 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
Lots of posts about a new year, looking back at 2014, setting resolutions, etc. Here’s one you should take a look at: 4 New Year’s Resolutions for a Stronger Team. Who doesn’t want a stronger work team? We all do, … Continue reading
In the post 5 Key Qualities You Need On Your Team (from The Fast Track), my favorite quality is Decency. What’s yours?
But you don’t need me to tell you that. Though focusing on companies and brands, you will find the post Collaboration is the Key applicable to collaboration in libraries as well. “It’s nearly impossible for anyone to succeed by going … 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
Sometimes in our lives it is OK, maybe even wise to just float. Kick back, let the current take you wherever it will. But usually this does not work in our professional lives. Success doesn’t just “happen,” and organizations, including … Continue reading