Imperfect Leadership: Steve Mundy’s book, Imperfect Leadership, is worth reading. I love his concept of a leader being imperfect. Having taught for 10 years, lead a school for 27 years and now running an education professional development business – I feel very soothed by the concept that there is hope for the imperfect leader.
So many of us fear making a mistake because it leads to judgment, a sense of failure which manifests in what I call, the silent and often, lingering experience of low self-worth.
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