For teams, it’s the fringe of conflict where creativity is found.
For individuals, it’s in the struggle where learning occurs.
However, no one wants to be embarrassed about a struggle. No one deserves to be shamed for a struggle. The struggle is not moral or ethical or worthy of any type of judgment. It’s merely a pathway.
In classrooms, students will not ask, but they need permission to struggle. The same is true for leading teachers.
- Give permission to struggle.
- Ask when and how to offer support.
- Watch discoveries unfold.