We humans are made relational beings. As we work, getting to the end-goal is not only our concern. We also have to think about others whom we work with. As written in Transformational Leadership, relationship form entities in and of themselves, and a step-function improvement in relationship results can provide the transformative energy had to shift the results of the entire organization (Hacker & Roberts, 2003, p.4)
Whether we are a leader or a subordinate of an organization, we form relations with each other. It is just right to say that we must nurture these relationships with the other members of our team because it will greatly affect how our vision will materialize. Sometimes, we would have to deal with clashes in ideas. But, it should never result into division because this condition is actually conducive for the transformation of each member.
But to each one of us grace has been given as Christ apportioned it. It was he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up (Ephesians 4:7,10-12). All of us have God-given talents and abilities. In fact, the only thing that hinders a person to fully enjoy these God-given things is ignorance.
A sense of self is critical to our status as persons. In fact philosophers often use the terms self and person interchangeably: a capacity for self-awareness is necessary for full personhood (Barrett, 2010). Self-awareness or a person’s consciousness about himself is vital in making him see his full potential.
Sometimes, timidity may also be a factor why people cannot unleash their true potential. People should be more open to explore the things that may make them an even better part of their community.
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