Dewey Need to Get Organized?

Dewey Need to Get Organized? : A Time Management and Organization Guide for Librarians

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Feeling overwhelmed by your to-do list? Or just on the lookout for a better way of doing things? Help is on the way! - Laugh your way to organization, and realize that you can take control of your time - Practical applications you can use immediately - Discover what is truly important in your life, and where you want to spend your time and energy - Helpful hints and tips abound in this new resource, taking you through the steps for getting and staying organized in your library - Organize your workspace, desktop, files, drawers and more--and keep it that way First, the author describes several schools of thought on how the brain functions--right brain/left brain, horizontal vs. vertical thinking, and how stress effects your memory. She then discusses values and goals, which leads into time management--calendars, daily planners and a master list. Learn about time management details and problems, then move on to organizing your work environment. You'll discover how to draw on the strengths from those who are a little more organized, and how to focus on what your priorities and goals really are so you can apply them to your daily life. Stay organized and manage your time better, using skills that work with your creative nature, not against it!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 208.3 x 274.3 x 7.6mm | 90.72g
  • Linworth Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations, black & white line drawings, figures
  • 1586830597
  • 9781586830595
  • 2,387,081

About J'Aime Foust

J'aime L. Foust is a librarian from Queensbury, NY.show more

Review quote

"This title provides a practical approach to determining priorities, managing a multitude of tasks, and balancing work and personal life. There are many books on the market about time management and organization and J'aime Foust includes them in her bibliography. It is refreshing to have such a guide written from a school librarian's point of view. She leads the reader through a series of activities such as constructing a time status check or developing a master list, daily planner, and schedule. Once you have a picture of what needs to be done, Foust offers a way to prioritize tasks by assigning them to a grid. Readers learn how to stay on target and how to deal with distractions. The book ends with brief chapters on how to keep library work and storage spaces more efficient, and how to maintain effective budget and purchasing files. The book reads as though you're conversing with Foust, and she includes admissions of her own organizational challenges, as well as encouragement to the reader. Whether you're new to the field or a seasoned veteran, these practical ideas will help you focus or refocus your management skills. Coupled with clever cartoon illustrations for each chapter, this is another valuable addition to Linworth's list of librarian tools. Recommended." - Library Media Connectionshow more

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