If you’re working in a busy library, it can often be difficult to take a step back.
There are too many short-term priorities, urgent things needing fixing or addressing to be able to take the time to think back.
But it’s important to do so, both in order to feel pride in a job well done, and in order to learn for the future.
As part of a global field, there is also so much to learn from other people, facing similar challenges, trying to find effective solutions.
So for our 3rd 10-Minute International Librarian exercise, think of a success and share it!
The most interesting examples are the ones where you have faced difficult situations, and where you have had to be innovative in order to succeed. Try to evaluate what the key factors in this were.
This can help you – and others – learn useful lessons for the future!
Share your stories on social media, in the comments to this blog, or through your own blog or newsletters, so that others can read about what you’ve done.
This idea relates to the IFLA Strategy! Strategic Direction 3, Key Initiative 2: Support virtual networking and connections