As an Organizational Innovator, you have a unique perspective on the world around you. You are constantly learning and observing, and this gives you a valuable skillset that can be used to improve existing systems and processes. Whether it’s providing feedback on a project or suggesting a new way to organize information, your involvement is key to improving the world around you. Additionally, your ability to build strong relationships with others is more likely to get the new initiatives you propose underway. Cultivate these qualities in yourself. The world needs your innovative thinking, so don’t be afraid to use your gifts to make a difference.
Hint: You may identify with more than one purpose! Click the sections at the bottom of the page to learn more about the others.
Discover Your Purpose Area
And for Belmont students, it’s a question that can guide them as they discern their vocation and career path. Students at Belmont explore the importance of developing purpose by keeping questions of God and faith at the heart of their decision-making process.
You can, too!
By anchoring your choices in something larger than yourself, you can find direction and meaning in your work, no matter what career you choose. By discovering your “why,” you’ll set yourself up for a lifetime of flourishing.
When you come to Belmont, you can take the What’s Your Why interdisciplinary course, where you have an opportunity to choose your own adventure, so to speak. During the course, you’ll discover what it means to be a Sincere Storyteller, Organizational Innovator, Thoughtful Investigator, Creative Visionary or Compassionate Guide!
Read more about these “purpose areas” here.