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12 Reasons People Love to Work for You
September 25, 2017
A wild goose never laid a tame egg.
-Irish proverb

As one of the contributors to the book, Art of Leadership: Leading Early Childhood Organizations, Roger Neugebauer outlines 12 reasons people love working for a director or supervisor:

"1. You believe in people from day one.

2. You build on people’s strengths.

3. You provide people with feedback.

4. You view people’s welfare as a high priority.

5. You build team spirit.

6. You inspire commitment.

7. You set high standards.

8. You remove obstacles to people’s success.

9. You encourage people to take risks.

10. You make working fun.

11. You cultivate professional pride.

12. You help people see results."

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