Articles by Aaron Hurst
Aaron Hurst is CEO of Imperative, a technology platform helping organisations build cultures alive with purpose. He is also the founder of the Taproot Foundation and author of The Purpose Economy. Aaron also served on the board of Boardsource. Follow him on Twitter: @Aaron_Hurst.
Four Types of Problem Solvers – Who Is On Your Board?
All the members of your board might agree on the social change you want to see occur as the result of your work. But the odds are that each person will have a drastically different idea of how to achieve that change, and what the metrics of success should be along the way. These differences can lead to argument and disjuncture. However, they come down to how people fundamentally approach and solve problems.
Aaron Hurst on Creating Purpose
In this video, Aaron Hurst – CEO & Co-Founder of Imperative and author of The Purpose Economy – outlines the value to individuals and organisations of finding and creating purpose in your work. Transcript (Auto-Generated) It’s up to you to create that purpose. It’s not about getting to some level, some amount of money purpose is your choice, we need to let go of these three myths and realise purpose is not about a cause you don’t need a non-profit or charity to give you purpose you don’t need to get struck by lightning and you don’t need to have a certain amount of money or title to deserve or develop purpose once we let go of those everyone has ability and access to purpose and this matters because it’s tied to how long you live people who work and live with purpose live longer and their well-being is higher and in studies we’re now doing with companies like LinkedIn we’re finding people who work a purpose are higher performers than those who aren’t.