Why Purpose is So Important for Employees, According to a Notable Harvard Business School Professor

"It is the only common language that unites people from South Korea to Poland to China to Argentina."

Bill George, the senior fellow at Harvard Business School, stopped by Thrive Global to talk about why purpose is so important for companies.

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