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Managers, supervisors, parents, teachers, see if these Head Start Seven Builders for Family and Youth apply to you as well.
Principle 1. Commit to Quality and Excellence in Thought and Action:
* Give quality service to all.
* Develop positive habits through daily practice.
* Develop and maintain a professional image.
* Provide finest working environment possible.
Principle 2. Be Caring of Others and Be Sensitive to Their Needs:
* Respect individual.
* Listen and acknowledge.
*Be aware of what your actions say.
* Help others solve their own problems and realize their maximum potential.
* Eliminate cold prickles and dirty bricks.
* Provide warm fuzzes and golden bricks and with sincerity.
* Change leadership style as a person's competence and commitment grows.
Principle 3. Grow as a Total Person:
* Commit to self-development and improvement in all areas.
* Continually develop and maintain self-esteem and a sense of achievement.
* Set meaningful goals and evaluate your progress periodically.
* Believe in your ability to make significant contributions and make them!
* Promote training, education, self-sufficiency, and leadership for all children and adults.