At the heart of contributorship, lies subservience to purpose.
For example, take the case of a person who may be very trustworthy, but cannot serve the purpose and act with integrity to that purpose in a way such that the purpose is greater than his/her ego. Such a person will not be a contributor.
Contributors usually know how to keep their ego in check. Those who cannot keep thier egos in check, can never be contributors. Can we consider the number of times we act, where we believe we are contributing, but, actually, we are just serving our ego, instead of serving the purpose?
- – How can careers be reframed?
- – What are the building block ideas of i-become?
- – Who is a contributor?
- – Why do organizations need contributors?
- – Why do we need "practitioners"?
- Contributive Careers: the building blocks
- How can organizations relook at careers?
- How to become a Contributor?
- How to make the right career choice?
- The Need for Contributors
- What is evolution in the context of career journeys?
- What is the value of 'becoming'?
- Who is a Contributor?
- Why is visibility required?