Jerry Parr, writing in the book, Child Development II, explains that “humor is a reflection of a director’s respect for the staff. A director who can find humor in situations and deals with staff issues in a way that the messages are clear, the behaviors are modified, and the team is left intact is demonstrating that a win-win ending is better for the staff, children, and families. If a director truly respects the staff, then finding the internal resources to replace ego and temper with sensitivity and humor becomes a natural management tool.”
| Beginnings Workshop books have a wealth of ideas for helping children in developmentally appropriate ways.
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