Discover the latest research, insights, and trends on social learning, peer coaching, purpose, and fulfillment.
In the new world of work, it is fulfillment - the ability to feel a personal sense of purpose and meaning - that is the new standard.
When Joe Keefe made a mid-career move from practicing law to finance, it was still in the early days of socially responsible investing. Keefe recalls how the move itself was inspired by a book he had read by David Landes, The Wealth and Poverty of Nations, which made the argument that a nation’s growth and development potential is tied to the status and role of women.
Imperative is thrilled to welcome Brandon Peele, author of Planet on Purpose and The Purpose Field Guide, as the Market Evangelist for California.
Imperative works with hundreds of HR departments nationwide, and we wanted to share the five most common mistakes we hear HR professionals make when planning their budget.
A midlife crisis, it turns out, is like an earthquake. An earthquake is caused by the release of years of tension between two tectonic plates.
We are constantly bombarded by messages encouraging us to take a better job - from headhunter calls to job posts to media that romanticizes the shiny new job.
Here are the concrete examples of how I have personally crafted my job over time to maximize meaning.
If you and I set out to tackle a problem we might agree on what “success” looks like on the other side, but odds are we will have drastically different ideas on how to achieve it.
As the co-founder and CEO of Imperative, and the designer of the Purpose Pattern Assessment, I am often asked what my own pattern is and how it has impacted my career decisions.