When people discover their purpose, they become purpose-driven leaders.
What we have found, and what is being confirmed by research, that a person's purpose is aligned with work (or visa versa), their orientation (relationship) to their work is markable different. They are drawn to their work and strive to do that work to the best of their abilities. They are compelled to develop their skills and deepen their knowledge. They build deeper and more significant relationships. They reach a new level of authenticity and open up to input and feedback. They develop healthy routines and habits that prepare them to do their work. They experience a type of contentment and joy from the work they do.
They become Purpose-driven Leaders (Imperative)
Has backbone and stands up for personal values
Is driven to make an impact - not just by money and status
Defines business outcomes through impact, not just economics
Recruits intrinsically motivated talent
Creates an environment of psychological safety for colleagues
Creates shared a vision that inspire others
Aligns individual, team, and organizational purpose
"Owns" biases and creates an environment for diversity of "purpose drivers"
Is an ambassador and evangelist for the organization
Supports colleagues in actively improving their work to derive meaning
The Evolution of a Master
Discovering What You Love to Do
Seven Elements of a Master’s Life
Design Your Life to Become a Master
Using the Mastery Wireframe
This course is 8 hours long held in a single day. It includes two 30-minute one to one Mastery coaching calls and access to the Way to Mastery Trello App.