Nonetheless, that did not change my admiration for his leadership skills.
In my seven years here in the US. I've been blessed to have principals, assistant principals, and special education heads, in all seven schools I've worked with, who possess admirable leadership qualities. Up to this time, they are still keeping in touch with me and are happy with my stories!
My current boss, however, is one of a kind!
I've never seen someone who would push you to your limit to achieve your dreams. I've never seen someone who would want his subordinate to be
When I was his IEP Facilitator, he asked to me
When he worked for the state. He has not forgotten about me and encouraged me a number of times to apply
Funny, it was as if my words have power when I said, "I don't want to be at the same level as you, I want you to still be my boss!"..
Now, after a crazy year of wandering away to experience some more- thanks 2014 - we are back as a working team again!
God is for real. Even if my boss doesn't believe, his ways are godly and admirable. Amusing.
I shook my head a number of times today, my first day at work. I still couldn't believe I
I am still flustered by the whole new experience working with the state...
It feels weird to have made it this far...