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Encouraging organization; communication throughout the 7. taking time for reflection and meaningful ways to express gratitude; 8. building in feedback loops; assessing and learning for next time; 9. remembering to look behind and mentor someone else on the way up; 10. staying humble; keeping a sense of humor; sharing the wealth. , 2007) lend additional credibility to leading without a pedestal. Participatory librarianship recognizes conversation as a fulcrum for library activity in today’s world.
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