Purpose provides direction, clarity, unity and influence; the opportunity to make a tangible difference to customers and clients, colleagues and the wider community.
Done well, Purpose is a powerful tool with which to govern how an organisation is run, the decisions taken by leaders, the service it provides, and the culture it creates. The right purpose will be rooted in reality while aspiring to a vision for the future, with tangible plans to get there. It should balance the needs of profit, people and planet. And it must be focused on measurable action.
A new Purpose offers the opportunity to unite employees around a single vision; a common goal. But they should be a genuine part of the process; engaged early and with proper consideration of how Purpose can be made tangible and important for them.
The articulation of a brand or campaign’s unique ‘reason for being’ is the cornerstone of any reputation or marketing strategy. We develop strong, authentic narratives that build differentiation for brands and campaigns, rooted in purpose.
Cutting through the technicalities and jargon, we help simplify current and future-looking ESG positioning, enabling organisations to engage with confidence, and showcase progress and successes proactively.
We combine deep strategic thinking with creativity and flair, to conceive cut-through campaign platforms that engage stakeholders across channels and platforms. Rooted in action, our campaigns straddle brand, thought leadership, CSR, ESG and marcomms with award-winning results.
A powerful positioning opportunity for UK businesses prioritising sustainability agendas, we're supporting clients with integrated political and media programmes in the lead up and during COP26.
The concept of ‘purpose-led organisations’ has been gathering momentum. How organisations respond to the coronavirus pandemic, navigate the financial crash and mitigate climate change is being scrutinised. Is the organisation behaving in a way that reflects their purpose promises? Is the purpose relevant to current societal and environmental demands? Is it a purpose beyond profit?
From joining ‘clap for carers’ on Thursdays, to shopping for vulnerable neighbours at the weekend, millions of Britons have discovered a new connection to their community during the pandemic. - Authored by Adam Baines and Louise Gardiner-Hill