Posts Tagged "meaningful careers"

How to Find a Meaningful Career


Meaningful —adjective

full of meaning, significance, purpose, or value; purposeful; significant: a meaningful wink; a meaningful choice.

What is a meaningful career?

It’s many and different things to each and every person.  The true definition of meaning is finding value in something, having and pursuing a purpose, something that you truly care about. Some people find that meaning in their hobbies, family life or in societal engagement in their free time. Others expect that deeper meaning to be inbuilt in their careers.

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Understanding Social Intrapreneurs and their impact on the future of business


Joanna Hafenmayer speaking at Social Intrapreneurs Workshop at Impact HUB Zurich, supported by Accenture and Syngenta

Joanna Hafenmayer speaking at MyImpact’s Social Intrapreneurs Workshop held on 5. November at Impact HUB Zurich, supported by Accenture and Syngenta


Social Intrapreneurs have been around for a while – but we don’t really understand the term yet – it’s not even in the dictionary.  So who are they really?


Magicians? Visionaries? Do-gooders? Just smart business people?

I guess they are all of the above and more.

Wikipedia and The Aspen Institute describe them as ‘business innovators who integrate profitability and social values while working inside major organisations’, going on to say ‘they understand the interdependency of business success and the long-term health of society and find opportunities to drive both’.

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Meaningful Careers in Social Entrepreneurship





With passion almost tangible, the entrepreneurial environment is vibrating. Impact first and with full focus on changing the world – the field of Social Entrepreneurship offers great opportunities to realise truly meaningful careers.

But what does social entrepreneurship really mean? What does it take to be one or work for one?

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Branson & Zeitz’s B TEAM: The true future of responsible leadership in corporations?

Future of leadership


Everyone is familiar with Plan A – how we do things now in business.

What about Plan B?

Initiated by these two respected and authoritative global leaders, The B TEAM brings together 14 leaders from around the world to drive transformational change in the business sector.  Their aim?

To show long-term business success can be only built from prioritising people and planet over profit.

Some say, it’s nothing new and just a billionaires’ club pretending to do good, others admire their courage and promise support.  The first real difference is their pledge – that everything they do will come from inside their corporations, including Unilever, Natura, Tata and Kering.

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