How To Combat The Great Resignation

Jacob Morgan
2 min readJun 25, 2022


9 out of 10 employees will trade money for meaning at work.

They want to do work that has an impact on their community and the world as a whole. It’s not about just getting a paycheck but making a difference.

That staggering number means that your best investment for attracting and retaining top talent is to create purpose and meaning at work.

And it starts with leaders. You have to look outside their office walls and deliver a great experience for employees and customers. Before you can help others find their meaning, you need to identify your own purpose and meaning.

Why do you do what you do? What impact does it have?

I’ve spent years researching employee experience and leadership and interviewing the world’s top business leaders. I’ve distilled the best insights and resources into a single worksheet to help leaders find purpose and meaning and transform their organizations.

In this worksheet, I share research, insights from top leaders, and action items of how you can find your purpose and meaning at work and help others do the same. You’ll get tools and self-assessments that apply to leaders in all types of organizations.

These aren’t just high-level concepts but real, actionable steps you can take today to find your purpose and meaning and transform your organization. This interactive worksheet is designed to instantly impact how you think about work and your organization’s culture.

You’ll learn things like:

  • The difference between your job, impact, purpose, and meaning
  • How to track and improve your impact
  • Traits of purpose-driven and caring leaders
  • How to help employees discover their purpose and meaning
  • And much more!

If you want to future-proof your company with the best workplace practices and people in our rapidly changing world, delivering purpose and meaning is a must.

Click here to learn more and download this amazing resource for less than $10.



Jacob Morgan

4x Best-Selling Author, Speaker, & Futurist. Founder of Exploring Leadership, Employee Experience, & The Future of Work