Common Purpose UK is a not-for-profit organization that develops leaders who can cross boundaries. This enables them to solve complex problems both in organizations and in cities.
We deliver a range of leadership programmes for individuals, organizations and universities in cities across the United Kingdom.
To mark our 30 year anniversary, we are offering 30 free bursary places on our leadership programmes. The places will be available to people, and organizations, who would not normally be able to afford to invest in their own leadership development, for example, small social enterprises, start-ups and small charities.
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Learn more about the impact our programmes have on individuals, organizations and society.
Increasingly, Common Purpose is working with local partners in UK cities to design and deliver Legacy Programmes. These programmes bring together young people in a city or country to address the question: “What will the legacy of our generation be?” Because after all, they are the generation who will shape the future. In the UK, we are planning to run four face-to-face Legacy Programmes in 2020.
Our approach to leadership development uses a robust methodology which creates lasting impact.
Find out more about Common Purpose UK, our people and our governance.
“Common Purpose’s proposition around leadership and Cultural Intelligence is cutting edge, speaking to the heart of the leadership challenge of society today.”
In summer 2018, we wanted to find out what people were thinking about leadership in the North of England. We believed we could reach a diverse group of leaders from a range of backgrounds who would be willing to share their perspectives on leadership in the North – and we did. We received a wealth of responses from leaders at all levels in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors and students.
We are pleased to share with you our report, which provides insight into what these leaders think about the strength and diversity of their networks, where they think good leadership manifests, and how they believe they are contributing to the success of the North. It also raises important questions about the future of leadership in the North and the qualities that are most important for the next generation of leaders.