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The Quintessential Statements


About the Organisational Mission, Life Force, Code of Conduct, and Streams[1]  


· To develop Better Leaders for a Better World [2]  is INSIL's Mission.


· Hope and Will are the key driving forces of INSIL's Existence. 


· Respect and Trust are the key values of INSIL's Code of Conduct.


· Attention and Empathy and Friendship and Love are the Streams

flowing through INSIL's Mission, Existence and Code of Conduct.


· All of the above is what the "People at INSIL"[3] strive for. Always.



"Cum Sapientia Semper Ducit", the Latin motto on the shield, means: lead wisely [4]


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[1]  The Statements (copyrighted) originally released in 2000 at THIERRY, were developed by Jean-Pierre Bal, and constitute the quintessence of the first phase of his thoughtful research in leadership that took place during the 1990s decade.


[2] The school's Better Leaders for a Better World slogan, introduced in the year 2000, for and by the THIERRY Graduate School of Leadership, is since shared with INSIL.


[3] The "People at INSIL" are the students, the alumni, the faculty members, the directors, and the supporters of the institute and of THIERRY, its direct affiliate.


[4] Literally: "he/she always leads with wisdom". The red colour expresses the vein, the energy and passion of learning leaders. The colour blue stands for the horizon, the determination of visionary leaders. The gold letters represent the lasting contribution of wise leaders. As a whole our blazon symbolizes the soul of a leader who leads wisely. The emblem is used only by INSIL, THIERRY, and symbolically i2LN.


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© Copyright 2017, O.G. INSIL, Charleville-Mezieres, France. Where applicable text and pictorial rights on behalf of Jean-Pierre Bal or of The Thierry Graduate School of Leadership Belgium (incl. the Better Leaders for a Better World motto © copyright 2000). All rights reserved for all countries, incl. possible raTer-erTra references.  Page update: 2017-01-30