For any working professional there are times engagement and motivation are down, and calling it quits sounds like a good idea. Before we start editing our resumes and looking for greener grass, we think it’s smart to try a few things that just might get us re-enchanted with our work.
If you’re in the leadership or HR world it isn’t new news that plenty of studies show a sense of purpose and meaning improves engagement, productivity, innovation, and more. As a result, clarifying purpose, at the level of self and at the organizational level, has become hot in our working culture. And while we may cognitively recognize it’s important, there are day-to-day leadership behaviors we can all be doing to make work more meaningful (for ourselves and those we lead).
June 8, 2022
MIT Sloan: Why We Don’t Talk About Meaning at Work