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A Team of Leaders by Stewart Liff, Paul Gustavson

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CONCLUSION

While Paul was growing up, his father worked as an engineer. Even as a young boy, he noticed that when things were good for his father at work, he came home in a good mood. On good days, he wanted to play catch or golf at Smiley's golfing range. When things were bad, he would give Paul and other family members a hard time, asking, “Why didn't you do this or that?”

When Paul's dad liked working with the people at his company and they pulled their own weight, he came home happy. When work was meaningful, his father was motivated. When he was learning something new, he was energized.

When work wasn't enjoyable—when his father was doing the same old thing or supervisors were more interested in whether the i's were dotted and the t's were ...

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