Jack Warner sounds like a 21st Century newspaper editor. Working in a newsroom should be fun. Journalists should feel energized by their work. They should look forward to going to work every day. A management cliche is that the supervisor must "light a fire" under workers. That's not necessary in journalism. Journalists come with a fire already lit. They come into the business excited about the creative challenges news presents. The newsroom manager's job is not to light the fire, but to tend it and give it fuel. Inspiring journalists is one of the most important jobs of any newsroom manager. Whether you supervise reporters, editors, photographers, artists, designers, paginators, imagers, librarians or some combination, your success depends on the work of your staff. Journalists often mirror the energy of an enthusiastic leader or the lethargy of a dispirited leader.