Two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar—all for UNHS, stand up and holler!
This was a cheer my pep club pals and I exuberantly shouted before every sporting event in high school. We were excited and loud for the upcoming competition, and the cheerleaders led us in motivating the sporting teams.
Today, I treasure the cheerful leadership for the UNHS team. As years have seasoned me, I have come to truly value what I call a “cheerful” leader. These leaders have great qualities.
- They have a spirit of kindness, providing joyful moments straight from the heart. It may catch you by surprise!
- They find goodness in all aspects of living using the heart, head and hands to share cheerfulness.
- They spread joy individually and within groups.
- They have purpose, love learning and live every day to the fullest.
- They network through kindness, helpfulness, happiness and positive vibes.
- They allow fellow learners, workers, family and friends the freedom to perform to the best of their abilities and value individual strengths.
The University of Nebraska High School is lucky to have a cheerful leader in Barbara Shousha. Barbara encourages everyone to perform their best and values the challenge that each week brings. She overflows with all the characteristics of cheerful leadership.
What does being a cheerful leader mean to you?
What can you do this week to become a cheerful leader?