Latitude Announces First “Purpose” Workshop

 

By the minneapolis egotist / /

Many executives and entrepreneurs want to lead with a purpose greater than profit, but the majority struggle to integrate purpose into their everyday operations.

Local creative agency, Latitude, a social enterprise that invests 50% of its annual profits in non-profit initiatives, is announcing its first “Purpose” workshop – an opportunity for entrepreneurs, organizations, brands and companies to learn how they can create tried and true sustainable models that create impact.

Glenn Deering, Latitude’s Executive Director of Strategy and Purpose Director, will lead attendees through interactive exercises which introduce proven ideas and methods for operationalizing purpose in a way that connects deeply with customers, employees and communities.

The workshop is free and open to all individuals eager to learn how to operationalize purpose no matter what stage they are in their business or career. The workshop will give attendees the initial tools and concepts to apply to a business strategy, making them a force for positive impact.

Date & Time: Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 3–5 p.m.

Where: The North House at 718 Washington Ave N #306 Minneapolis, MN 55401

Register here.

Comments

  1. DzNutz May 18, 2019

    I heard they succeed on burning out employees through non-strategic growth and not paying for employee healthcare in the name of charity, the owners affinity for driving Teslas and opening random remote offices at will. Matter of fact it seems their insane hiring practices as led them to 86 a bunch of employees this week. Big bummer and sorry to hear. But that’s kinda what you get when you prioritize your company “charity” mission over the well-being of your employees.

  2. Persnickety Pete June 4, 2019

    Oooof guess word is out about this shop.

  3. Jebus June 18, 2019

    Former employee here — can confirm, DzNutz — all of it. The Teslas, the home remodels in-guise as offices, the burnout, the poor insurance. “Making the world a better place”— for your higher ups.

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