Stress and burnout in library service
This how-to book is for every library manager or staff member who wants to learn how to recognize levels of stress, which symptoms and types of stress can be prologue to career burnout, and the steps that can be taken to deal with stress. This is a positive and in-depth examination of causes and symptoms along with proven stress management skills that information professionals can apply to their careers.
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What Causes Burnout?
Physical Signs and Symptoms
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