How does one combat burnout and does having a job with purpose help or do high impact careers lead to greater burnout?
While leadership- and personal-purpose is transformative, being a purpose-driven company is powerful for the entire enterprise. When a company’s purpose supports the mission and strategy, powerful things are possible. What is your organization’s core purpose? What are the distinguishing differences your company has? What is the big impact, big service, or big difference your workforce can collectively achieve? Explore WeSpire’s purpose resources below.
Not long ago, I was talking to an attorney friend who works closely with a lot of startups. We were catching up on business when
Companies are having trouble filling open positions. Is it labor market insanity or are there other underlying reasons to consider and address?
Cultivating culture, purpose, and impact through employee engagement is more important now than ever before as employees cope with today’s changing workplace.
This Mother’s Day, consider all the moms in your life & what they’ve been through this past year. It’s time to support them how they need it and consider the Marshall Plan for Moms.
At the anniversary of the pandemic, now is the time for reflection and recalibration to design what we want our post-pandemic normal to be.
Our 2021 State of Employee Engagement pays particular attention to the impact that purpose-based programs have on the employee experience.
What matters most for a thriving life at any age, besides healthy habits, is dedication to continuous learning.
Call it passion, meaning, or a sense of accomplishment, everyone is searching for job satisfaction…
A purposeful pause is a known practice for restoring balance. As we wind down summer and gear up for the rest of 2020, you have permission to pause.
Through social impact, volunteering, philanthropy, sustainability efforts and more, positive business can be a force for good.
Purpose has three core categories: personal, social, and societal. Each is equally important and purpose-driven businesses must consider all three.
Increasingly, I believe purpose-driven businesses will see flexwork as a key part of their culture strategy.
Where passion can be all over the place, wild and exciting, purpose is much more focused and tends to be longer term.
I would like to offer the following advice to anyone leading a team, a company, or a volunteer group who sense they have lost their purpose.
This week we introduced our new framework The Four C’s of a Positive Impact Program, today we take a closer look at each of the
Throughout the month of November, we are going to focus on a Gratitude 101, including its personal and professional benefits.
One year ago 193 world leaders gathered in Paris to discuss much needed global change. After much deliberation these leaders presented to the world, 17
The opening lines of Deborah Frieze’s Tedx Talk, How I Became a Localist, is quite provocative, especially for those of us who aspire to change the world.
Chris White, managing director of the University of Michigan’s Positive Business Organization, is is an expert on leadership and positive change, which is why we
If business strategy had a Twitter feed, purpose would be trending. Whether it’s global conferences or target Zoom meetings, “how to activate purpose” is the hot topic.
Alex Edmans explains the importance of social responsibility in business. His thesis? You can be a company that does good and does well.
Gratitude matters. Here’s how gratitude unfolded during the Ross Michigan School of Business held their third annual Positive Business Conference.