As Aristotle tells us: to be is to be active. Activity is process; your life is not comprised by the set of outcomes of your endeavours, your life is the process which produces those outcomes.
One of the key leadership challenges is cultivating the conditions in which employees are willing to go the extra mile. Many bosses fail to crack this code.
Good communication facilitates mutual understanding which breads greater inter-personal harmony, facilitates effective cooperation and broadens one’s horizons.
This strength can only be actualized however if each and every individual pays the price that is required for unity and acts for something bigger than themselves.
Organisations must have the agenda of empowering employees and not seek to exploit them for profit. In other words organisations must seek to become platforms for creativity and progress rather than profit machines.
The essence of happiness is the psychological stance that we take towards what we have.
Living a good life is the point. This means that the point is being appropriate in the moment so that we can savour and relish it.
The point of this exploration is just to highlight two mistakes we often make, how they negatively impact our happiness and how they can be avoided.
We want to ensure that we guide the natural change process so that it delivers us somewhere we will be proud of.
There is absolutely a place for justice in any society and the watchword for justice must be “accountability”.