Culture: Communications, Collaboration, and Creating Core Values – inspired by R-Squared
- With Kieran Hixon
- Originally aired 12/05/2012
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Yes, we held snakes & spiders. Yes, we ran through an inflatable obstacle course and climbed a rock wall. And yes, duct tape was involved. How have we taken these experiences and come back to our work places? How can the core values of libraries guide our communications and workplace culture?
Let’s talk about the risk taking, collaboration and the core values of libraries featuring ideas inspired by the Culture experience of R-Squared.
This session is part of our R-squared Conference Takeaways series. Not able to attend R-Squared? Great ideas in different experience areas are being shared by State Library staff through our CSL in Session program.
During the session, participants used the drawing tools to depict one of four core library values:
Community / Interaction / Sharing
Fun / Play
About Kieran Hixon
Kieran is passionate about rural libraries. His focus has been on open source software and low cost tech solutions for small rural libraries. He is excited to be an errant librarian on the edges of the digital divide. He is known for his high energy and humor, and isn't sure if it is a good thing or a bad thing. He lives on forty acres with his wife in a house he built.