The Tribe members are:
Shapers of their own personal and professional world with an inner belief that the only way going forward is by continuous change that takes them out of their comfort zones and broadens their horizons.
Driven by value creation.
Know that you can’t achieve greatness without failure: that is inevitable to experience at least one very big failure, that tests their resilience to become more determined.
Open minded in experimenting with something new (both when they drive the innovation and both when they are part of it), who are able to use a trial-error strategy and consciously learn from the mistakes.
Own their mistakes, reflect on them and are taking the necessary steps to learn for them, be it on themselves or be it through asking help from others (who already encountered similar obstacles).
People who thoughtfully disagree in order to contribute the most to our Tribe and its vision.
People whose answer for their “Why do you work question” is related to life and professional excellence.
Choice between money and excellence is excellence. Not because they have average living standards but because they know that where excellence is leading, money follows, but where money is leading, it is not sure what follows.
Prefer the truth even if it is harsh, and painful. The truth doesn’t demotivates them, but rather gives them the right kick to get inspired to learn from their mistakes and failures.
Embrace tough challenges and find pleasure in solving puzzles that no one has solved before.
Aware that they have weaknesses, and are actively learning how to overcome these.
Aware that they have strengths, and are actively developing them further.
Not talking about anybody without that person being in the room.
Not hiding behind the curtains when they don’t like something / have a radically different opinion / see problems.
People who appreciate each other and fight each other in a non-egotistical way to pursue excellence.
Know that they don’t know everything about everything, and don’t have all the answers. However, they are also committed to asking the right questions and making clear steps to finding the truthful answers.
They do what they say, without finding excuses.
They want to be part of our community, not because of status, but because they like to be surrounded with people who:
A) are better in some of the aspects, thus they inspire them
B) like to be inspired, by their contribution
They know that all of these characteristics don’t make them above any other human being, and also are aware that these are not a rule of thumb of living, rather a set of traits that define our tribe.