Red Flag (noun) : something that indicates or draws attention to a problem, danger, or irregularity. – Merriam-Webster Low-morale experience data and anecdotes highlight that, for a variety of reasons, victims often discount or ignore early warning signs that co-workers (including leaders, colleagues, or direct reports) or organizations are toxic and/or harbor or promote abusiveContinue reading “A MicroBlog Series: Red Flags”
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Title: Workplace incivility and bullying in the library – perception or reality? Presenter: Shin Freedman, Framingham State University
Title: The four workplace bully types Presenter: Dr. Gary Namie, Workplace Bullying Institute Who is Dr. Gary Namie?
Title: Incivility and Dysfunction in the Library Workplace: Perceptions and Feedback from the Field. Authors: Jo Henry, Joe Eshleman, Rebecca Croxton, and Richard Moniz. ABSTRACT: Issues associated with lack of civility, less than ideal functionality and employees that may not self-reflect as much they should are all challenges in the modern workplace and libraries are no exception. The purposeContinue reading “#RecommendedReading”
The Blame Flame
“[U]nbeknownst to myself, I was blaming, you know, the library I worked in, and all the co-workers, and the college, and the drive to work, and the students, you know, all of this, and it was really, honestly, just [my abuser].” – Low morale study participant (Female, public services librarian) “[The emotional abuse I suffered]Continue reading “The Blame Flame”