As long as we don’t become hopeless, we can help people respond to the high and good within themselves.
Think of how birds fly. They whirl and turn, speed up, dive, climb and soar at exactly the same time. Watching them, it is impossible to know who is leading. Still, one bird is the leader and the others respond. The leader’s intention causes the other birds to change.
It is the same with human beings. On an inner level, we relate our intentions subconsciously to others. At a time of crisis, be careful not to relate your hopelessness.
It only takes one person to make changes for good in the world. I believe the Connecticut school victims would want you to be that person. – Shar McBee
3 thoughts on “Leadership Tips for a Crisis”
a very nice message and much needed to shift the negative perspective
Thank you so much for your insight, Shar! This is a difficult time for all…and your message is right on!
Thank you Janice.