The Next Next Generation at Work

Relmer, Louise
October 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p202
The author reflects on the next generation library staff in Canada. She states the by 2014, 23 percent of librarians and 21 percent paraprofessional staff will retire and there is a need to develop the next generation of leaders and managers. She notes that her work experience comes with a range of relationship with different people. The author also mentions the lessons she learned from her conversations with her son.


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