New report reveals most managers lack clear purpose

The last year or so has seen a renewed focus on our purpose, both in terms of ourselves as individuals, but also that of our organizations.  The conversation was nicely encapsulated in a recent study exploring the impact of ‘values misalignment’ at work.  This typically involves a general disengagement in ones work, and a reluctance to do anything that falls beyond ones official job description.  In the end, it usually results in that individual leaving the organization.

A recent report for the Chartered Institute for Personnel & Development (CIPD) examined the role of ‘purposeful leadership’.  The report revealed that employees are happier and more productive when their leaders show morals and a clear commitment to stakeholders.

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