There are obvious benefits to giving employees more autonomy in the workplace. Greater engagement, more accountability, greater job satisfaction, etc. are all possible benefits.
Growth is, of course, an essential part of effective leadership. Part of the work that I do is helping people understand growth in a work environment.
Good governance brings out the best in people. This means cultivating people who are here to serve or make a contribution.
What you typically see in a person who is here to take is that he/she will tolerate licentiousness because acting appropriately is given relatively little significance.
One of the surprising indicators I look for is how often individuals raise the issue of their personal rights when interacting with others.
When people ask me how they can regain some sense of control over their lives when things become difficult to manage, I try to remind them to turn their attention to that which they will always be able to manage.
Human beings are predictable, we all want the same things. We do not, however, all look for these things in the right places.
Leaders need to look after their people, they can’t outsource this responsibility without negative consequences.
This means that an altruistic motive is essential for successful businesses, even though this goes against what we commonly think.
Excellence is achieved when the task at hand is given full focus and attention. Clifford Dintwe is an example of a leader who lives the Schuitema Intent Thematic