A butterfly represents transformation. Butterflies are deep and powerful representations of life and in many cultures they are associated with our souls. A butterfly is a symbol of resurrection and represents endurance, change, hope, and life.
It is an interesting lens through which to review your leadership identity. I have reflected on different stages of my career and who I have leaned on.
I can’t help but think maybe it’s time that schools went back to being places of education, where parents supported the school and the government supported parents with the other stuff.
It was not the journey they thought they would be taking but my airline is very flexible & is used to last minute changes.
I have seen good leaders make bad decisions because one lone blade of grass cannot resist the force of the wind.
This book brings to life 8 step leadership change model, from 2007, through the story of a colony of emperor penguins.
The greatest accomplishment for a Stoic, was living a virtuous life regardless of the circumstances. As leaders It is important to adhere to our values, even when life is most challenging.
No longer needed in front-line education for the duration and facing dire financial straits as I was apparently one of thousands who didn’t fit the Government’s furlough or support schemes, I stared into the abyss and wondered how one earth I was going to get myself and my family through.
They control their fear and anxiety and just keep showing up, doing what they can to serve, not just their student populations, but the communities within which they sit.
As we paint rainbows of hope, donate parcels to our local food banks and clap for our carers, we are recognising that our actions and behaviours have a life changing impact on others.