How do you define success in the corporate world? Yesterday, I observed something very intersesting whilst waiting for my wife at a Retailer’s head office in Cape Town. Opposite me set two ladies, well dressed for an interview. The one lady freelly shared with the other her interview experience, and encouraged her to give her best shot. One of the comments made was:”Even if I do not get this job, i will accept that it was not meant to be, and that there will be the right job coming up”. I could see how they both find comfort in the conversation and in each other. I was encouraged by what i heaard and saw, but i wonder how much of this type of attitude persists in the workplace. So often we find colleques competeing with each other at the expense of supportive relationships and team or company success. Supportive and honorable relationships are critical if companies wish to reach their full potential. Can we thus assume, that even though many companies are perceived to be successfull, they yet have to reach success. They yet have to reach their full potential and accomplish all possibilities. But, if only greater relationships characterised by support and encouragement are present.