Benefits to the individual

Participants consistently say that they are better able to lead, see the wider context they work within and are more confident leading change.


Excerpt from an independent research report on the benefits of Common Purpose programmes for individuals

By John Perry, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, 2009

The project analysed the effectiveness of the Common Purpose established leaders course as a diversity training solution.

Key Findings:

Participants and employers are reporting noticeable changes in a number of areas considered important for leaders.

There is strong evidence the programme is delivering on all of its core objectives and is performing well as a leadership course, making a significant positive impact on most of its participants and more broadly.

Benefits of Common Purpose

David Bell, Common Purpose UK trustee, talking about the biggest benefit Common Purpose has given him.

"Vision without action is a daydream, action without vision is a nightmare."

Japanese proverb