Have you ever found yourself weighed down as a result of saying “Yes!” too often at work?Join us for a virtual conversation on Resisting Overcommitment! Register for the ACRL IS VEC Current Issues Discussion Forum, featuring discussion moderator Katrina Spencer, Librarian for African American & African Studies at the University of Virginia.
Date/Time: Wednesday, June 15th at 11am-12:15pm PST/2-3:15pm EST.
As ours is a service role which incorporates instruction and engagement with a variety of publics, library workers can find ourselves committed to a broad swath of projects and stretched a bit too thin. This session will invite participants to discuss recognizing signs of overcommitment and strategies for avoiding it. This discussion is important in a profession in which burnout is rampant in the best of times and as we enter the third year of a pandemic whose uncertainties challenge our mental health. The session is aimed at teaching each other to exercise boundary-setting practices that preserve our wellness, capacities for compassion, and work-life balance.
This virtual discussion is free and open to all. A recording will be made available after the session to all registrants.
To participate in the moderator’s crowdsourced honorarium, see payment information below. If 100 attendees contribute $5 each, the moderator will receive a $500 honorarium.
$katleespe (CashApp) or katleespe (Venmo) or Katleespe@gmail.com (PayPal and/or Zelle)
Register now, as space is limited: https://ala-events.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcvdumspzMoEtzXfA9eTRRVVtJNJeVo7h4y
Discussion resource: The Comprehensive Guide to Resisting Overcommitment
Find out more at: https://tinyurl.com/LISovercommitment