In last month’s webinar, We First Founder & CEO, Simon Mainwaring, discussed how a culture of company purpose can increase the health and well-being of its employees. Similarly, identifying your own purpose can achieve the same personal and professional benefits.
With the launch of We First Works, we have had many unsolicited and insightful comments and feedback. So much so that we decided to conduct a survey of select learners who have taken one or both purpose courses to hear more about what’s working for them. Here are our findings!
The time of year is almost upon us when we celebrate the year gone by and the one forthcoming. It is an ideal time not only for reflection and goal setting, but also taking stock of where you are in your life and how that aligns (or misaligns) with your purpose in life.
We First Founder and CEO Simon Mainwaring recently hosted a webinar detailing how companies can develop human brands that all its stakeholders will want to build together. The following is select excerpts from the webinar, which can be watched in its entirety here.
Defining your purpose, though, can be difficult, because it’s hard to read the label from inside the jar. It's hard to define yourself from outside yourself. So, let’s look at where to start.