Insights and practical tips on practicing mindful librarianship to manage stress

@inproceedings{Mastel2013InsightsAP,
  title={Insights and practical tips on practicing mindful librarianship to manage stress},
  author={Kristen Mastel and Genevieve Innes},
  year={2013}
}
Mindfulness practice has tremendous potential to help librarians manage work-related stress and improve the quality of our library services. Librarians are trained to effectively manage a fast changing information and technology environment, and to enable others to succeed and thrive in a 21 st century knowledge society. However, such rapid technological change, combined with economic uncertainty, changing user habits and ever-evolving models of library service, can exact a human toll. Ever… CONTINUE READING

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