Understanding these qualities of humility and implementing them through school principals, superintendents, or other educational leaders can truly help the whole school grow in tremendous ways. Many schools are concerned about achieving new and higher standards when achievement was not even made against the previous standards. As leaders, we should emulate humility by being open and honest with the journey ahead.
If more people showed and received empathy, or the “social glue,” toward one another, people might perceive their stressors and life differently. They could respond more positively to their daily stressors and to those of others. We can turn this negative cycle into a positive one.
Every goal needs a coach who believes it can be achieved with hard work, effort, and perseverance. The whole process of accomplishing the main thing is built on trust -trust among the administrators and coaches with the teachers to help them grow and develop beyond what they thought they could accomplish.