Richard Moniz

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Real name: 
Richard
Moniz
Director of Library Services/LIS Instructor
Johnson & Wales University/UNCG
Location: 
801 West Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28210
United States

Richard Moniz, MA (History), MLIS, EdD served as Director of Library Services for Johnson & Wales University's North Miami campus from 1997 - 2004 and has been the Director of Library Services at Johnson & Wales University's Charlotte campus since 2004. He has taught undergraduate classes such as Introduction to Computer Science, Microcomputer Applications, World History from 1500 to Present, U.S. History to 1877 and American Government. Additionally, since 2006, he has served as an adjunct instructor for the MLIS program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Courses taught have included Information Sources and Services, Special Libraries, Library Administration, Information Sources in the Professions, and Online Bibliographic Information Retrieval. Dr. Moniz has published in numerous periodicals such as College & Undergraduate Libraries, North Carolina Libraries, Library Journal, and Library Leadership & Management. He is sole author of the textbook Practical and Effective Management of Libraries (2010), co-author of Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison (2014), co-author and co-editor of The Personal Librarian: Enhancing the Student Experience (2014), co-author of The Mindful Librarian (2016), co-author of Librarians and Instructional Designers: Innovation and Collaboration (2016) and co-author of the soon to be released (late 2017) The Dysfunctional Library: Handling the Difficult Work Relationships. He also has a contributed chapter in Mid-Career Library & Information Professionals: A Leadership Primer (2011) and in Advances in Library Administration and Organization (2015 edition). He is actively engaged in the profession and has held a number of committee and board responsibilities within ALA LLAMA, ACRL CLS, and Metrolina Library Association (including serving as President of this organization in 2007 and 2015) in addition to other non-profit organizations such as Carolina Raptor Center, Charlotte Museum of History, and Charlotte's Arts & Science Council.

This Speaker's Sessions

Addressing the Problem of Incivility in the Library Workplace

The concepts of library workplace dysfunction and incivility will be introduced along with a variety of solutions to shape a positive and productive library work environment.  While dysfunction is always present and is part of being human, shining a light on it is just as important to minimize its impact.  Topics discussed which impact workplace dysfunction include toxic behaviors, ineffective collaboration, organizational culture, poor communications, and weak leadership.  The presenters will also share results of a 2017 incivility survey of 4,186 library workers.