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Oct 2021

Purpose Scanner: Measure and Mobilize Your Purpose

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Published November 2021

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Purpose Scanner in early 2022 — a fully digital solution driven by the Economics of Mutuality that equips your organization to measure and mobilize purpose.

In recent months, we have seen purpose pass a tipping point amid the escalating climate crisis and Covid-19 pandemic. Most business leaders now believe that having a purpose beyond purely maximising profit is essential for both their organization and the wider world.

However, there is a difference between having a purpose and living it. The Purpose Scanner measures if your organizational purpose is creating value at every level and empowers you to mobilize it where it’s needed most. It also helps you identify other key drivers of employee engagement, such as corporate culture, management style, trust within the organization, and career prospects.

In doing so, it can help boost job satisfaction, retention rates, and business performance – while simultaneously improving social and environmental impact.

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