Generosity. Imagination. Respect.
When Petra turns her gaze inward, it’s important that the business she founded in 2000 is always an ethical and caring one.
In practice, this means looking to improve and enrich lives and being a responsible neighbour.
“I believe a body without purpose will eventually lose its way”
So, when ethical issues arise we return to our core values. They are a touchstone, the yardstick against which we measure our decisions.
At toBE we try to be generous, wherever possible. That means delivering more to our clients than is expected but also being generous with our time.
Her business model is based on sharing. Free time and/or financial donation is given to charitable organisations or needing individuals by way of sharing the good fortune. Paying clients can indicate who they wish their fees are shared with.
We do this because we believe there’s a power in positivity – and we also like the idea of leading by example.
In any case, generosity is its own reward. Giving makes you feel better.
At toBE we aspire to step outside the comfort zone, explore and embrace new possibilities – both for ourselves and with each person we meet through our work.
In all of this, imagination is the key.
Progress flourishes when people unleash their curiosity, dare to dream and ask… ‘What if?‘
The present online playground has challenged toBE to step up into finding new innovative ways to deliver impactful learning experiences. Anyone daring to play with us for their company-wide communications, please contact us for a low-budget theatrical experiment!
Everything we do is informed by respect: respect for the Art of Theatre, for Humanity and also for the Natural Environment.
These are things we hold dear, themes we return to time and again. They seep into our work and their influence is always welcome.
We know it delivers – and, we’re happy to report, our clients agree.