P2 Educator Town Hall: Lead Yourself First, Building & Sustaining Positive Organizational CultureBy Tiffany Hendrick
The social and public structures that we rely on are rapidly changing and we want to ensure that we’re supporting you as much as possible. For many of us, that means learning how to navigate this new remote/work-from-home environment while still being everything to everyone around us. It’s a lot to handle.
At P2, we know that the shift to working from home can be overwhelming, but we want to help you navigate your new work environment. We have always been a fully remote team, so we are continuing to develop programs that will help you to navigate what has become an extended departure from the incredible work that you do every day in your classroom.
Below you will find the last installment of our P2 Educator Town Hall: Lead Yourself First Series led by our co-founder and chairman, Mike Erwin, who is also the author of Lead Yourself First: Inspiring Leadership Through Solitude.
We know that just like the rest of the country, industries are being severely effected by the COVID-19 shutdown and organizations are being forced to make very difficult decisions. With that in mind, please see this letter from AirBnB CEO Brian Chesky that exemplifies the character strengths of bravery, integrity and gratitude as he addresses the future of his company.
Remember, character strengths aren’t about ignoring the negative. Instead, they help us overcome life’s inevitable adversities. For example, you can’t be brave without first feeling fear; you can’t show perseverance without first wanting to quit; you can’t show self-control without first being tempted to do something you know you shouldn’t.
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As we close out this series, I want to thank you each and every one of you for all that you do – for your students, your communities and our education system as a whole. I hope you that as we wrap this series up you are filled with hope, optimism, encouragement, but most importantly, appreciated.
Missed a part of the series? Catch up below!