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Insync CEO launches latest book

New book: Why Purpose Matters: and how it can transform your organisation

Insync CEO Nicholas Barnett has launched his third book, co-written with Dr. Rodney Howard and featuring a foreword by KMPG Australia’s National Chairman Peter Nash.

Why Purpose Matters: and how it can transform your organisation is Nicholas’ latest book, following the success of his other books 7 business habits that drive high performance and GPS for your organisation.

Why Purpose Matters examines the power of purpose and how organisations can transform when they embrace and bring purpose to life. It includes a “how to” guide that explains the four stages of becoming a purpose-led organisation. Nine CEOs from leading organisations also share their experiences in how they transformed their organisations through the power of purpose.

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