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Question: Why Be A People Artist?

Why should you be a people artist at work?

People artistry is a form of powerful recognition that recognizes others while enhancing their engagement. It can foster both retention and loyalty. It may increase productivity and profits. But these are instrumental reasons. They are not bad. They are not wrong. They may even be necessary but they are not sufficient.

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Why be a people artists at work? Because people matter. We are in debt to the people who brought out the best in us. We need to be people artists because it is the right thing to do. It is right for others, it is right for ourselves, it is right for our organizations. Like sunflowers following the sun we need to follow the right way to work. Do the right thing…be a people artist.

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During the LEAP into People Artistry Campaign we will be selling 10 or more copies of People Artists: Drawing Out the Best in Others at Work for just $14.95 a copy plus shipping. If you order 100 or more copies the price is reduced to $9.95 plus shipping. People Artists makes a great gift or recognition tool to give to all your supervisors, managers, and leaders.  This is a phenomenal value for this beautiful hardcover book full of images and insights to bring the people you work with fully to life! You will learn lessons from 37 People Artists and how to apply the 5 tools of People Artistry in your work.

To preview the book sample, click hereTo order 10 or more copies of the book contact me directly and I will set this up for you:[email protected]

David Zinger is an employee engagement speaker and expert. He is working at becoming a better People Artist each and every day.

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