Enjoy my interview (originally released in May 2020) with Amanda Leftwich, the founder of @mindfulinlis. I share the markers of low-morale experiences and discuss best practices for leaders (that means you – with or without a title) to reduce workplace abuse and neglect in their workplaces. View this post on Instagram A post shared byContinue reading “Recorded: @mindfulinlis”
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Interview: Infobase/Credo Reference (April 2020)
Raymond Pun interviewed me about my survey on low morale experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic (see more results here, here, and here). In this short discussion, I share the most concerning emerging data and how I hope the data will be applied in library decision-making as we move through the pandemic (and beyond). Read theContinue reading “Interview: Infobase/Credo Reference (April 2020)”
Interview: Library Journal (August 2019)
Library Journal’s Deimosa Webber-Rey interviewed me about the low morale study focusing on racial and ethnic minority academic librarians. In the article, I discuss the specific impact factors that affect this group as they traverse the low-morale experience and share my ongoing concerns about the study’s data. Read more. You can also read my 2020Continue reading “Interview: Library Journal (August 2019)”
Interview: Against the Grain (May 2019)
To recognize winning the 2019 ACRL Academic/Research Librarian of the Year Award, Against the Grain interviewed me at length about my efforts regarding library development and many of my areas of scholarship. I shared details on both, in particular my research on low morale. Read the interview.