Since 2019, I’ve been facilitating Renewal Workshops & Seminars (and since 2020, Renewal Colloquia). As part of these events, I ask attendees to share a favorite song. Now, I’m pleased to share something new – Renewal Miniplays. I hope these short curated playlists uplift & energize your spirit, knowing that the recommendations come from peopleContinue reading “Music that Renews”
Late last month I facilitated The Renewal Seminar at the Academic Library Association of Ohio’s (ALAO) 2020 Virtual Conference. I’m honored that ALAO invited me to lead this session with our academic library colleagues. Seventeen people attended the Seminar, representing a range of specialties. Seminar attendees are offered an opportunity to take two surveys: Pre-Seminar Questionnaire (basicContinue reading “Report: The Renewal Seminar at the ALAO 2020 Virtual Conference (October 2020)”
I will be facilitating a Renewal Seminar at the Academic Library Association of Ohio (ALAO)’s Virtual Conference. The Renewal Seminar is slated as a pre-conference event and is scheduled for Wednesday, October 28 from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Learn more.
Q: What is low morale? A: Low morale is the result of repeated and protracted exposure to abuse or neglect in the workplace. Q: What kinds of abuse are people exposed to during low-morale experiences? A: During low-morale experiences, employees are exposed to one or more of the following: emotional abuse, verbal/written abuse, system abuse, and negligence.Continue reading “FAQ about the Low Morale Study”
Last week I facilitated a Renewal Seminar at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. The workshop was sponsored by UGA Libraries’ Professional Development and Research Committee (thanks to Benjamin Davis, who coordinated event logistics). Twenty people registered, and there was a short waiting list. Eighteen people attended the seminar. Attendees represented a range ofContinue reading “Report: The Renewal Seminar at the University of Georgia (May 2019)”