Thursday, 2 March 2017
Leadership Lessons: Letting Go And Letting Them
"It is not a weakness to allow someone else to take prominence, it is a sign of confidence, strength and, ultimately, good leadership."
World Book Day seems an appropriate time to reflect on reading Richard Adam's children's classic 'Watership Down' which reminded me of a very valuable learning experience I had at Ambition School Leadership’s Teaching Leaders Residential.
Looking for leadership advice from a rabbit
In the book, the group of escaping rabbits are led by Hazel who proves himself to be an excellent leader; one rabbit comments to some others that ‘he must be good or you'd all be dead’. For rabbits whose main aim is to survive, Hazel is the perfect leader. But, as I read, I noticed something incredible.
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