It is a dark time for the library. A few months ago, one of my employees –a woman in her early forties — was diagnosed with colon cancer. This week we learned that she has passed away. I only knew the woman for a…
Category: Access Services, Leadership, Library Philosophy, Lifeskills, Professionalism, ReflectionTags: Access Services, CA, Cancer, Communication, Compassion, Death, Death in the Workplace, Dying, Grief, Grieving, Grieving in the Workplace, Leadership, Librarian, Librarianship, Library, Library Fines, Library School, Library Support Staff, Management, Stanford University
I write about my thoughts on the academic librarianship, my service philosophy, mental health in the workplace, and leadership. Occasionally, I veer off on tangents, but that list covers what I generally write about.
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