Understanding your Purpose
Author: Sarah Cave
Why purpose matters
Without purpose there is nothing. It's our reason for being, for getting up in the morning and for going to work every day. And it matters now more than ever during these challenging times. As leaders struggle to navigate the current uncertainty, it is important to support your employees and embrace the opportunity to emerge from the crisis, confident that you are clear on your own and your organisation's purpose because your purpose informs your behaviour and how you behave during and post the pandemic will directly influence the internal and external perception of your organisation. This is an opportunity to emerge stronger, as we work together to overcome the challenges we face.
This interactive session was first delivered by Sarah Cave at the Women in Nuclear Annual Conference 2018, helping participants understand their values and purpose. As a result employees will achieve greater self-awareness, self-fulfilment and, as a result, be more present, more engaged and aligned with your organisation's purpose.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Before you start
During this session, you will explore your personal values as you work to understand your purpose. Before you start, please complete your Personal Values Assessment and you will receive a report. Please keep this to hand so that you can refer to it during the session.
After you've completed the session, we invite you to call our team and an accredited coach will review your report with you and extract some initial insights.Complete PVA
Once you've completed the virtual session, you can access the slides here if you wish to share them with your team.VIEW
Sarah Cave, Head of Leadership at Primeast, facilitates this free virtual workshop
Play the interactive video during which Sarah Cave will guide you through the session as she helps you explore your values and understand your purpose. You will need the report from your PVA assessment to refer to during the session.