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Purpose Compass


Dos and Don’ts for your first 90 days on the job

Nature & Environment , Leading/Influencing , Entrepreneurship


If your purpose drivers are Nature & Environment , Leading/Influencing , Entrepreneurship then here are actions you can take during your first 90 days on a job.



  1. Integrate Sustainability into Business Practices: Use your leadership and entrepreneurial skills to integrate sustainability into your organization's business practices. Develop eco-friendly products or services, implement sustainable supply chain management strategies, and adopt green business practices that minimize environmental impact and contribute to nature conservation.

  2. Inspire Innovation for Environmental Solutions: Use your influence and entrepreneurial mindset to inspire innovation for environmental solutions. Encourage your team to think creatively and develop innovative products, technologies, or business models that address pressing environmental challenges and contribute to the preservation of nature.

  3. Lead by Example in Environmental Stewardship: Lead by example by demonstrating a strong commitment to environmental stewardship in your entrepreneurial endeavors. Implement sustainable practices in your own work habits, advocate for environmental responsibility within your organization, and inspire others to adopt eco-friendly behaviors both in the workplace and beyond.


  1. Prioritize Profit Over Sustainability: Avoid prioritizing profit maximization at the expense of environmental sustainability in your entrepreneurial pursuits. While financial success is important, resist the temptation to compromise your environmental values for short-term gains. Instead, strive to balance profitability with a commitment to environmental responsibility. 

  2. Neglect Social Responsibility: Don't overlook the broader social impact of your entrepreneurial activities in your focus on nature and environment. Recognize that entrepreneurship presents opportunities to create positive social change as well, and consider how your business practices can contribute to societal well-being and equity alongside environmental conservation.

  3. Ignore Collaboration Opportunities: Resist the temptation to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors in isolation from collaboration with others. Embrace opportunities to collaborate with stakeholders, partners, and community members who share your passion for nature and environmental conservation. By working together, you can amplify your impact and drive meaningful change at scale.

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