Your work feels draining. It is only a means to an end. Satisfaction comes from outside activities. When we view the work we do from this perspective, it is an indication that our work has little meaning or purpose.


When employees consider their work meaningful, they feel important, view their work as significant, and find value in their contribution to the organization.


Experiencing high levels of meaning and purpose at work results in improved productivity, contributes to self-esteem, and fosters our ability to be resilient during uncertain times.


During this workshop, we explore the differences and similarities of meaning and purpose at work. We distinguish viewing work as a job versus a career versus a calling. Participants consider where they fall on that spectrum and learn ways to increase the level of meaning and purpose, both at home and at work.