Videos & Podcasts

Our latest videos

Dean’s Series: Travelling through turbulence – What is the future for business?

Confronting crises on all fronts, running a business – whether it’s global or local, entrepreneurial or institutional – has never looked so hard.

Sarah Gillard, Blueprint CEO, joins Margaret Heffernan to discuss what does the future of business look like? Where are the new ideas and new forms of leadership fit for the 21st century?

An introduction to Blueprint

We’ve put together a collection of videos which offer an accessible introduction to our work. We recommend these as an excellent place to start building an understanding of purpose and a great resource to share with others.

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Our work - Charles Wookey, Blueprint Trustee & former CEO

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What does it mean for business to be purpose-led?

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What does it mean to be a leader in a purpose-led business?

We have created a  playlist of content from a range of external sources related to purpose-led business.

What is purpose, how do you get it and why is it important?

Dee Corrigan joins Sally Gray and Emily Farrimond to discuss the critical role of purpose in financial services firms, Blueprint’s work, what purpose means in terms of understanding the value your business delivers for society and why this work is so important now.

Listen to Baringa’s Climate and Sustainability Trailblazers podcast here: The importance of Purpose in meeting ESG goals

Blueprint Podcasts: The Common Good and The Human Person

Our Blueprint Framework sets out what the common good means in the context of business:

In this podcast Helen Alford explores further what we mean by goods and by the common good:

The dignity of people – just by virtue of being human, is central to our thinking. Our Blueprint Framework sets out what this means in the context of business:

In this podcast Helen explores Blueprint’s thinking about the human person:

About Helen:

Sister Helen Alford, is vice rector of Rome’s Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas, and a member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences. After working in industry and earning her PhD in engineering management from Cambridge University, Sister Alford entered the Dominicans and studied theology. She teaches Catholic social doctrine, business ethics and corporate responsibility. Sister Alford has been involved in Blueprint as a advisor since the charity was founded in 2012.