Award-winning course designers teamed up with bestselling author Jason Jennings. The result is this exciting new series from Mindscaling focusing on the extensive research, CEO interviews and corporate consulting of Jason Jennings and Laurence Houghton. Their team has observed and documented the lives of over 1200 successful leaders, which has been published in 7 bestselling books on leadership. Now the secrets are available to you.

Part 2: Purpose
Duration: 16 minutes (2nd of five part series)
Research demonstrates that we work harder, with greater discipline, persist longer, collaborate better, and even makes us healthier and happy when we have a sense of purpose.

Why are you doing what you are doing, and do your colleagues have a sense of purpose in their work? The most successful companies in the world embrace the power of Purpose and use a higher calling to create a meaningful purpose that truly engages today’s workers. It’s not a bonus, or a directive, that inspires people. In this course leaders will understand the power of purpose and how to build a strong purpose into the fabric of the organization.

**(Mindscaling courses feature clips from blockbuster movies to enhance and reinforce learning. This course features content from the movie In Good Company.)

Jason Jennings is a researcher and one of the most successful and prolific business and leadership authors in the world. A back-to-back best-selling author, he has written eight highly-acclaimed business books on the topics of growth, productivity, leadership, and innovation. He and his teams have screened and studied more than 200,000 companies and interviewed more than 12,000 CEOs and business owners in their research.

Critics call his books, “extraordinarily well researched, insightful, crisply written, accessible, intriguing and a vital resource for everyone in business,” and USA TODAY calls him “one of the three most in-demand business speakers on the planet.” Jennings says his greatest thrill is helping lead organizations to their full economic potential.

  • Create a meaningful purpose that truly engages today’s workers
  • Build a strong purpose into the fabric of the organization
  • Build healthier, more focused, and harder working teams