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I've been a reference librarian for a long time, and I really enjoy my job. I learn so much, not only from library patrons, but from my colleagues. Our staff works well together, for the most part. However, I feel as though there is one staff member who just doesn't get it. This individual consistently interrupts any fellow librarian who is working with a patron and seems to hijack the reference interview. I don't know how to say anything without sounding rude or seeming sullen. How can I address this?
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