Tribal Faction

In Tribal Faction, participants will come to understand how through time men and women have always been organized in tribes as they come together to survive, progress and even write our future. In Malcolm Gladwell’s book The Tipping Point, he contends that every organization is like a tribe working towards a common goal, a community of close-knit people who would say hello to one another and have their numbers programmed into their mobile phone.

Tribes do not form to do work but form the very basic foundation of any large human effort, including making a living or providing education for the masses. The tribes decide the impact they would like to make on the world, the culture they would uphold, how work gets done and the quality and impact of your work. Some tribes do only the necessary while others go the extra mile to make a dent in the universe.

What would separate the extraordinary from the ordinary then? The answer is in the very form of the purpose of the tribe, knowing the Why to their existence.

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