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Part 2 of our guidance on understanding the context of an executive's purpose.

To understand what our purpose is as executives, we must understand the context of our purpose: our organization.

Many professionals set their sights on becoming an executive. For the driven individual, to become an executive is to be acknowledged as highly successful. Many professionals and managers desire the respect and admiration that come with the achievement of high level jobs in organizations.

But this drive and determination are often flawed. They are based on what the individual wants. The role of an executive though, requires far more than just the drive to individually achieve. The executive's context is always the organization. Only by understanding our context can we achieve

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • Why does my organization exist?
  • How does this affect me as an executive?
  • What can I do to become an executive?

Other Parts of This Series


The Purpose Of The Organization - Chapter One - Basics ShownotesPurchase a License to View Shownotes