segunda-feira, setembro 08, 2008

Change before you have to (Jack Welch)

O meu início de ano foi bom.
Tive boas e más novidades, mas a verdade é que a estas últimas não dou muita atenção.
Ao contrário dos meus colegas que, assustados, estão a ter bastantes dificuldades a adaptarem-se a esta nova dinâmica.
É que tenho vindo a fazer modificações no meu trabalho que tornam agora mais fácil eu adaptar-me: não dou faltas (portanto nunca me causou problemas a redução do nº de dias de faltas permitidas); nunca quis dia "livre" (logo trabalho a semana toda, aliás, muito mais descansadamente que os meus colegas com o tal dia); tirava as faltas dos alunos dia sim dia não, e avisava logo os pais; passei a trabalhar sempre na escola e nunca em casa (assim, habituei-me a fazer o meu horário de 7 horas diárias na escola)(esta mudança lembro-me de quando a fiz: desde que esta pobre ministra disse estupidamente que os professores portugueses eram os que passavam menos tempo na escola!); etc.
Quando, no outro dia, encontrei a citação acima foi encontrar em palavras aquilo que faço desde há alguns anos.
É um bom conselho.


Adenda: Também na minha escola se assiste a uma profunda "sangria" de profissionais interessados, competentes, duros trabalhadores e muito experientes: falo de professores, sim, mas também de funcionários de secretaria e de auxiliares de acção educativa. É uma coisa triste de se ver.

Ao mesmo tempo estou com curiosidade.
Porque, a História demonstra-o, a contestação nasce sempre nas camadas mais jovens, nunca entre os velhos.
Ora, são os mais velhos precisamente que estão a sair para dar entrada a malta nova.
Mesmo tendo o ME pensado em guardar os lugares de chefia e de avaliador para os mais velhos (medida que nunca deixou de me espantar que Cavaco Silva, um pretenso economista, assinasse de cruz - imagine-se empresas em que a idade fosse a principal condição para aceder a uma chefia!) a fim de exercer controlo sobre os mais novos, estou com curiosidade em saber do que é que estes serão capazes...

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