The search for purpose at work
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Is it tough to define your purpose at work? You’re not alone. Half of the US-employees surveyed in the McKinsey report "Help your employees find purpose or watch them leave" are reconsidering the work they want to do as a result of Covid-19. Hear from two of the authors, Bill Schaninger and Naina Dhingra. They'll share their definition of individual purpose, why purpose benefits the organization as a whole, and two probing questions that will help you articulate what your individual purpose is. The report can be found here:
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