We all want to be the best we can be. One may ask however, “If I strive for excellence, does that mean that I must try to be perfect?”
Forgiveness is like stopping smoking. One can vainly struggle with it, but sometimes, when the drive is strong enough, it happens, and we are set free.
In this lies the merit of the work done by Schuitema Human Excellence Group. Our courses are an invitation for self examination.
Democracy is our favored system of succession but it does not guarantee the legitimacy of the power wielded by those elected within the democratic system.
Freedom is only valuable to us if it does something other than allow us to control the course of events in the world.
By being accountable to ourselves and others by owning up to our mistakes, we are helping to ensure that they are quickly fixed, that we learn from them, and that we earn respect in the process.
From Schuitema’s experience the following three managerial activities are required to truly inculcate a set of values in an organisation.
I would like to pose the question, do things really change, or are they simply what they are as they are in the moment? And also, why care?
Faith is the immensely rare gift of allowing yourself to remain in uncertainty, whilst not allowing that uncertainty to derail you.
In its most simplistic form, growth is a process that oscillates between reflection and action.