Re-Imagine Feminine Leadership
Women Shape Culture
Today’s Woman wants a measure of freedom. A place that she can test her wings. It is in the classroom where she practices for her solo flight.
On the take off she organizes and instruct. Her pupils are the subjects upon which she inspires by her lead.
Students love her. They call out her. Little Emanuel wants all her attention and will do most anything.
As the cultural icon that shape human life, Woman has a tremendous responsibility.
She reads her script. Make it come alive and do a wondrous thing.
Unfortunately, most times she has her wings clipped by the looming ideas of what education should look like.
The American Educational System is designed for the white male to succeed. His curriculum sheds light on his accomplishments and his mode of learning.
Oftentimes this model does more damage to a fragile psyche of a growing child. That which was established is the 1950’s has outlived its’ usefulness.
I like the model of the Chinese Educational System. In this system, the child’s first few years of school are dedicated to students learning the skills necessary for socialization and getting along with his peers and teachers.
There is less emphasis on testing until the intermediate years.
On the other hand, The American Education System does a dis-service both to children and educators.
New teachers are sent to low performing schools. It takes at least seven to tens years to become a seasoned veteran.
While the teacher learns the students receives second to best and his needs are pushed aside.
Let’s reimagine for a moment the task before women.
We women carry the Culture in our hearts and it is Heart to heart that children learn.
We are the Culture carriers passing on the intelligence needed to reconstruct society.
The Empowered Woman’s Course is a P.A.N.A.C.E.A., a universal cure for the plight of women.
It provides a paradigm through which women can truly see.
It allows the natural feminine essence of women to shine.
We have allowed men to guide human life. Unfortunately they are ill-equipped for this work.
I propose that we women look through the lens that acknowledges the feminine aspect of life.
This is a Feminine model of leadership which will be discussed in the next post.