- Managing your mindset
- Creating a groundswell of purpose
- Helping your manager become purpose-driven
- Finding and committing to a culture of purpose
Skill Level Intermediate
- This is an audio course, no need to watch, just listen. Welcome to the latest edition to LinkedIn Learning, podcasts. We've curated some of the best business podcasts and made them even easier to listen to. Each episode is split into sections. Use the links in the contents area to skip to whichever section you like. We're always looking for new ways to help you learn and we appreciate your feedback. Thanks for listening. - When we think about purpose in the workplace, we run into an assumption that a sense of higher purpose is reserved for people like doctors and teachers and non-profits. - And then everybody in corporate jobs like sales and ops and finance, well they just don't qualify for that higher purpose stuff. - Or worse, that if you make money at work, you're some kind of sellout, who's given up on the greater good. But that is not the case. - I'm Elizabeth Litardo. - Am I'm Lisa McCloud, and we believe that everyone deserves a fulfilling, meaningful work experience. Purpose is about your connection to others, and the impact your work has. - But, before we jump in, let's be clear. Most bosses don't have all day to cheer lead. It's up to you to take responsibility for developing a purpose-driven, engaging work experience for yourself. - That's right, and so coming up, we're going to walk you through the mindsets, the habits and the mental hacks that will help you feel more engagement. And we're also going to talk about some strategies for bringing a greater sense of purpose, not only to yourself, but to your team and your organization, and create a really fulfilling career. - When your work lights up, your life lights up. Let's make it happen.