Wouldn’t it be great if human beings had trip switches?
Just imagine it: you notice when faults begin appearing in your system. Your internal trip switch then turns on and tells you how to fix the problem. But sadly, we often don’t stop and mend things before it spirals into a bigger issue.
In this last episode of PiXL Pearls Series 2, Rachel Johnson uses the extended metaphor of power cuts to highlight that disruption can have many benefits if we listen to what they’re trying to teach us.
PiXL Pearls: Short reflections on life and leadership, in schools. They are here to inspire, encourage, motivate, and challenge.
The PiXL network spans almost 3,000 schools across key stages 1-5. We collaborate, share best practice, and equip leaders throughout the educational system.
Series 1 was presented by Founder-Director Sir John Rowling, and Series 2 is presented by Rachel Johnson, CEO of PiXL. They both draw on literature, life, and experience in leadership to explore different elements of what it is to be a good leader and how we can become even better leaders, both in and out of school.
PiXL Pearls Podcast is a We Are In Beta Production