Lessons From Geese Lapel Pin
Geese flying in a V-formation is a marvelous sight, but there are some remarkable lessons that we can learn from the flight of the geese, because all that they do has significance:
- As each goose flaps its wings, it creates an uplift for others behind it. There is 71 percent more flying range in V-formation than in flying alone.
Lesson: People who share a common direction and sense of purpose can get there more quickly.
- Whenever a goose flies out of formation, it feels drag and tries to get back into position.
Lesson: It's harder to do something alone than together.
- When the lead goose gets tired, it rotates back into formation and another goose flies at the head.
Lesson: Shared leadership and interdependence give us each a chance to lead as well as an opportunity to rest.
- The geese flying in the rear of the formation honk to encourage those up front to keep up their speed.
Lesson: Encouragement is motivating. We need to make sure our "honking" is encouraging—and not discouraging.
- When a goose gets sick or wounded and falls, two geese fall out and stay with it until it revives or dies. Then they catch up or join another flock.
Lesson: We may all need help from time to time. We should stand by our colleagues in difficult times.
- Exclusively designed antique gold pin measures 1"w x .625"h and the card measures 2.5"w x 4.25"h.
- High quality die struck metal pin with butterfly clutch backing comes individually packaged on a full color presentation card.