On Monday I jokingly posted the suggestion that crows would make excellently determined school zone speed limit enforcers.
I’ve often thought that an intense corvid stare might help bring home all kinds of messages.
Today’s crow thought: why stop at traffic signs?
Put crows where the big decisions are made!
Instead of stuffy CEO portraits or generic landscapes, let’s see crows adorning the walls of the centres of power. We need giant judgemental crows gazing down at the humans sitting down to set policy in government and corporate settings.
A thoughtful corvid presiding over a meeting might help decision makers remember that any new plan should meet the objectives of that most important of all stakeholders — Nature.
At the very least, it would remind meeting attendees to not take themselves too seriously.
Crows — the ultimate influencers!
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7 thoughts on “Crows in the Boardroom”
I so agree! Enjoying Crows in the City very much! Congratulations on your beautiful book.
June, your musings are always on point! Bravo! Love the visuals. And your book is lovely. Glad to have my own copy!😉
This is a brilliant idea! Love the caption “28 more crows needed”.
Love all of these posts, June.
I love your emails on your wonderful Corvid families and I think this one is a particularly brilliant idea!
Oh my ! Great idea ! I am a high school teacher heading into exams and the final crunch. This is exactly what I need to encourage some of the laggards to just get things done.
Oh yes — a crow exam invigilator is JUST what you need! Lol.