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I want the first sentence spray painted on my wall outside my office.
[…] Assessing attitude […]
Some colleagues of mine pulled together a small group that met regularly for the purpose of talking about new things they were reading about and interested in sharing. They rotated presenting stuff they found worthwhile to the group.
Sadly, by the time they started this, I was already working from home, so I never participated, though I thought the idea was really good.
Yes, you’re right, that is bad and hasty writing. Let me rephrase.
Thanks for the tip! I didn’t know that, and will incorporate it.
Note to self: I know you read about the arm-lifting trick somewhere. Find where and cite it.
Yes, I think that’s it! Thank you!
Note to self: fix cross-reference.
I think I know what you’re getting at, here, but I don’t think it’s accurate to say that the structures “remove incentive.” There are lots of incentives. They differ from librarian type to librarian type, but they’re there. Just sometimes they aren’t as blatant or drastic as they might be in some other professions, or even some other versions of librarianship. In academic librarianship many institutions have pretty formalized advancement structures. In other academic institutions (such as mine) there isn’t much formal structure, but my job depends on building good relationships, and it’s hard to build good relationships without staying on top of best practices, expanding my skill set, and honing the skills I already have. There’s nothing about my institution’s structure that removes incentive, but the incentives aren’t formalized and staged in the form of, say, advancement or pay increases.
Could it be this TED talk? http://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_your_body_language_shapes_who_you_are
The NZ link is 404.
In New Zealand we have a voluntary professional registration scheme through our national library association (http://www.lianza.org.nz/registration). In order to keep our registration valid we are required to submit a revalidation journal every three years to demonstrate we are keeping our knowledge and skills up to date and applying these skills in our practice (http://www.lianza.org.nz/registration/revalidation).
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