Keep the private information of others confidential: There may be instances where personal information may need to be shared in the work setting.
Challenge ideas, not people: Interrupt bad actions but keep kindness in mind for your fellow workers.
Consider alternative thoughts, ideas, opinions, and behaviors based on lived experiences: We acknowledge that people come from different backgrounds and have multiple identities and cultural frameworks.
Take responsibility for your own learning: If you don't understand something, be accountable.
Foster an environment of equal access to resources and knowledge: Ensure equitable access to library resources via prompt and deliberate communication. Be mindful that we all have varying interaction styles and workloads. Be thoughtful and respectful.
Give people enough lead time to understand complex content: Make requests in a considerate manner so that others can fully understand the task and respond appropriately. Don’t assume that anyone has time to drop everything and help you immediately.