Discovering the Highest Purpose of Your Organization — It’s not what you think it is
This is an important conversation to listen to the whole way through. First, ask yourself: what’s the highest purpose of your organization?
Likely you have an answer, something you’ve been told, or something you’ve absorbed through your experience over the years. But maybe the greater truth is that we need to discover our organization’s purpose with our people.
When we move to higher purpose, we form a contract with each other that transcends normal management theory – the need for greater control.
Dr. Robert Quinn and Howard Teibel pick up where they left off in episode 222 of the podcast and now focus on what it looks like to give up control to create something most of us only imagine – an engaged, connected and purpose-focused organization, where leaders put their egos aside and allow their people to step up.
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