On My Honor: Creating an Ethical Work Environment

I was honored to present at the 5th annual Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference - 2 days of amazing free, hour-long webinars on a great variety of library stuff.  My prezi was on exploring issues involved in being ethical and creating an ethical work environment. While it was on the management/leadership track, it has alot to say to all library staff.

Thanks a million to Jamie Matczak, founder and coordinator of this CE day sponsored by all 17 WI library systems and to Jean Anderson and Leah Langby who ably moderated along with a host of library system folks who assisted in organizing the days. You can find all the archived prezis on the website. They are ALL amazing!

2017-01-26 13.01 WWWC17 On My Honor Creating an Ethical Work Environment from Nicolet Libraries on Vimeo.

Resource List
American Library Association. Code of Ethicshttp://www.ala.org/advocacy/proethics/codeofethics/codeethics

American Library Association. Conflicts of Interest. http://www.ala.org/advocacy/advocacy/proethics/explanatory/conflicts-of-interest

Private Lives. Julie Jurgens. Hi Miss Julie blog. December 30, 2015. https://himissjulie.com/2015/12/30/private-lives/

The Things You Might Be Doing That Will Force Your IT Guy to Start Spying on You. Jake Swearingen. August 26, 2016. New York Magazine http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/08/how-to-be-so-dumb-that-the-it-guy-is-forced-to-spy-on-you.html

Martin Luther King: A True Servant Leader. James Perry. Huffington Post March 20, 2010. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/james-perry/martin-luther-king-jr-a-t_b_427417.html

Library Ethics in the 21st Century. Sarah Houghton. Librarian in Black blog. November 18, 2015

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