Far from engendering a feeling of relief, the lack of direction left me feeling anxious and cast adrift.
Our jobs are tough too – we need to be courageous for our children, young people, staff and families that we serve.
Lockdown leadership is about being humans, in all its messy glory.
I have a job to do, a difficult job to do, and part of that is not to listen anymore to self-edifying caterwauls of ‘reckless heroism.’
It’s keeping us connected, lifting our spirits and emphasising our common purpose. We are grateful for each other and the love we share.
We have revealed vulnerabilities to each other, to strangers who have become friends in a short intense amount of time, that have enabled learning and growth.
Women Leading with Confidence is one of the DfE funded programmes to develop more women leading in education. This week I was invited along to facilitate one of their twilight training sessions with a group of 16 women who are in leadership, in West Sussex, but who want to hone their skills to progress toContinue reading “Women Leading with Confidence”
I am a connector, a collaborator and I thrive on joining up the dots and finding solutions to problems.
“Vulnerability is at the core, the centre, of meaningful human experiences”. (Brown)