Eagles Fly Into Storms
Long-time readers of the Quality Review will know that Consultant Michael Haycock has typically ended his articles with a reference to Lions and Antelopes (and the fact that they both need to be running).
With the upcoming transition to ISO 9001:2015, the time seemed right for an evolution.
Did you know that the Eagle is the only bird that flies directly into a storm?
While other birds “run” from the weather the Eagle actively engages these stronger winds and, instead of seeking shelter, uses the turbulence to push itself higher.
The storm allows the Eagle to gain entry into a space that it can not normally reach in good weather. As a reward for this act of boldness, the Eagle is given a broader view of its surroundings. And, once above the storm, the Eagle is clear of the rough winds and its flight becomes smoother…with less effort.
So embrace change…fly into the storm…and you might just be rewarded with a new point of view and a smoother ride.