Mushrooms Make Bad Leaders

There’s a reason mushrooms are great in sauces. Their meaty texture and absorbent qualities become flavorful additions to any entree.

However, mushrooms are not the highlight of a garden.

They prefer to grow in the dark. They prefer cultures of rotting matter. They prefer piles of …

Mushrooms do not make great leaders, nor do they shape powerful cultures of learning.

Mushrooms hide in the dark of the office.

They decide in the dark of information shared to them second-hand.

They lead in the dark of reaction.

Ensure mushrooms stay out of your school by bringing light and energy, by informing yourself, by being involved, be visible and engage with the work of your people.

Keep mushrooms in the culinary arts.