Great leaders are purpose driven.

Purpose-driven leadership is the practice of leading with a clear sense of purpose and direction, and using this purpose to inspire and guide the actions of oneself and others. This type of leadership is based on the belief that organizations and individuals are more successful and fulfilled when they have a clear sense of purpose and are aligned with their values and goals.

Purpose-driven leadership can have a number of benefits, including:

Increased motivation and engagement: When individuals and teams are clear on their purpose and how their work contributes to it, they are more likely to be motivated and engaged in their work.

Improved decision-making: A clear sense of purpose can help leaders make more informed and aligned decisions that are in line with their values and goals.

Greater innovation: A sense of purpose can inspire individuals and teams to think creatively and come up with innovative solutions to challenges.

Stronger culture: A shared sense of purpose can help build a strong, positive culture within an organization.

To be an effective purpose-driven leader, it is important to be clear on your own purpose and values, and to communicate this clearly to your team. It is also important to regularly reflect on whether your actions and decisions are aligned with your purpose, and to make adjustments as needed.

What about you?

What’s your purpose?

We hope you enjoyed our bite-sized lesson for the day.

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