Strategies for Reducing Low Morale
In academic libraries, low morale is the result of repeated and protracted exposure to emotional, verbal/written, and systemic abuse or negligence in the workplace (Kendrick, 2017).

Mitigation methods are actions taken by victims of low morale that affect offenders. Mitigation methods attempt to reduce the impacts of or completely resolve the victim's low morale experience (Kendrick, 2017).

Considering the definition above, have you experienced low morale while employed in an academic library environment?
Please indicate the nature of your low morale experience below (choose all that apply):
If you have experienced low morale while employed in an academic library environment, have you engaged in mitigation methods (as defined above)?
Briefly describe a successful mitigation method you used during your low morale experience.
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What factors and/or outcomes made your mitigation method successful?
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