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How to create a purpose that engages people

Triana Jarman
We’ve all seen the stats. Two-thirds of US workers are unengaged. One of the biggest reasons cited according to Gallup Research is purpose. People felt that the purpose and mission of the organization they work for didn’t make them feel important.
 
So how do organizations create a purpose that can engage employees? Just yesterday, we asked that question to Aaron Hurst and Andrew Hewitt, two of the world’s authoritative thought leaders on purpose. During an hour long Twitter chat with Aaron, Andrew and people involved in creating purpose, we captured 5 ways you can create a purpose that engages employees in a Slideshare. One point everyone agreed on was that purpose was a journey, not a revelation.
 
This June 17 in NYC, we are bringing together the people, ideas and tools that will bring meaning to your employee engagement efforts to support your journey. Our Employee Engagement Conference is a full-day program of actionable advice, access to leading experts, and the chance to reflect on how to turn a day of inspiration into action. 
 
As Gandhi once said, “you may never know what results come from your actions, but if you do nothing, there will be no result”. Don’t fall into that trap. Discover the actions you should take to change your, and your colleagues, lives. Use our exclusive discount code by May 15th and save $500 on your ticket. Book your spot now. There’s no excuse not to.