Common Purpose runs leadership development programmes that inspire and equip people to work together across boundaries.
We run leadership programmes for leaders at three different career stages in over 100 cities around the word. We partner with universities and global organizations to run leadership development programmes for students. We run programmes for emerging leaders in the early stages of their career. And we run programmes for senior leaders who hold established leadership roles.
Some of our programmes are globally focused where you will develop Cultural Intelligence: the ability to cross divides and thrive in multiple cultures. Other programmes are locally focused where you will become a leader who can cross boundaries in your own city.
Programmes for students
33Sixty is a leadership programme that equips aspiring Commonwealth leaders (aged 18-30) with the skills and the networks to make a difference, now.
Global Leader Experiences
One hundred students from a minimum of 25 countries work together over four days to tackle real global challenges and develop their Cultural Intelligence.
Programmes for emerging leaders
Common Purpose Navigator
A local programme that uses the city as a classroom, taking you behind the scenes and immersing you in real-life challenges faced by leaders from a wide range of sectors.
The streetwise mba®
A programme for inclusive leaders: to lead diverse teams, serve diverse customers and work with diverse stakeholders. For more information on the streetwise mba programme click here.
The Africa Venture will develop emerging leaders from across Africa through a leadership programme that will include focused, personal, privileged and generous interaction between this rising generation of leaders and former Heads of State and Government from the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid.
Launched by former British Prime Minister David Cameron, Dishaa is a programme for emerging leaders that expands, enriches and energises relations between India and the UK.
Programmes for senior leaders