Juanita’s Paintings: A Manager’s Personal Ethics and Performance Reviews

Authors

  • Melanie Boyd University of Guelph

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5860/llm.v19i1.1502

Abstract

It’s 10:30 in the morning. David, a reference librarian at Norringwood Library, leaves his desk and walks to his supervisor Juanita’s office. The door is open. David looks at Juanita, who has just settled into one of the easy chairs next to the window. She lifts a carafe of coffee from the side table and pours herself a cup. As Juanita sips her coffee, gazing out the window at the street traffic below, David pauses quietly in the doorway and looks around Juanita’s office—a place he’s been dozens of times.

Published

2010-11-09

Issue

Section

Features