Did you miss #auslibchat? Or just want to relive the highlights? Simply searching for some conveniently crowdsourced GLAMR advice? Well, welcome to our inaugural 2018 #auslibchat round up! (Stay tuned for a full round up of tweets via Wakelet soon – we’re still ironing out some of the kinks with that service.)
February’s topic was time and stress management. We asked:
Q1 What does good time management at work look like to you? Do you have a particular tool or method for managing your time at work?
Q2 What techniques for stress management have you seen successfully implemented at your organisation?
Q3 What would be your (twitter) advice for a person entering a new GLAM role & dealing with job stress for the first time ?
Q4 How do you develop your time and stress management techniques: courses, experience, advice, role models, create your own?
Q5 Read an inspiring book or found a helpful resource on time or stress management?
And we got some fantastic answers. Particularly when it came to advice for new entering a new GLAM role:
Added to this, there was an abundance of great ideas and tips shared. Here is an #auslibchat reading list, crowdsourced from question 5.
Inspiring books/helpful resources for time or stress management as recommended by auslibchatters
Insight: Why We’re Not as Self-Aware as We Think, and How Seeing Ourselves Clearly Helps Us Succeed at Work and in Life
by Tasha Eurich
The Productive Researcher
by Mark S. Reed
Whose Mind Is It Anyway?: Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life
by Lisa Esile
Finding Your Own North Star: Claiming the Life You Were Meant to Live
by Martha N. Beck
Mind Tools https://www.mindtools.com
by Brené Brown
Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul
by Stuart Brown and Christopher Vaughan
Habits List https://habitlist.com/
Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World
by Cal Newport
“I’m Not a Superhero: The Stress of Library Work” [article]
by Katie Mclain
Manage your Day to Day: Build your Routine, Find Your Focus and Sharpen Your Creative Mind
by Jocelyn K. Glei
Parks and Recreation [TV series]
Thanks everyone for your recommendations. There were also some great blog posts recommended and inspired by the chat.
Thanks to everyone who shared their experiences and tips on this subject. The entire chat really is a goldmine for advice and new ideas to help you tackle time management and stress in the (GLAMR) workplace.
Here are some examples, generated by an algorithm at a randomly selected point after the chat (to manage my time, you understand):
We hope you can join us again on 6th March 2018 for a very exciting #auslibchat collaboration with ALIA LARK.
- ALIA New Generation Advisory Committee.