A Code to Lead with Purpose
Learn how to create a wave of purpose and positive change to improve individual and team performance
A Message to Inspire, Educate and Engage
Shaun will inspire your team and bring a message of commitment and positivity to your organization.
Commit To a Life of Purpose
Find your Purpose, find your Power. Write a simple Code to refine and define your purpose.
Contact Shaun Tomson Today
Contact Shaun to speak and inspire at your next business or educational event.
Purpose-led Organizations Perform 42% Better
Purpose is the energy that empowers organizations and individuals to thrive. It positively impacts schools and the workplace too – recent research from EY indicates that purpose-led organizations perform 42% better than those that are simply in business.
However, according to a Gallup poll, two-thirds of employees in the United States are purposeless - bored, detached and ready to actively sabotage plans, projects and other people. Considering you spend around a third of your life at work, this disengaged culture means that helping people to ﬁnd a sense of purpose isn't just vital for business, but also for people's overall wellbeing.
With these insights in mind, Shaun Tomson shows how to ﬁnd and deﬁne one's purpose to powerfully re-engage individuals and activate a positive wave of commitment and performance throughout an organization.
Shaun has shared his academically tested Code Leadership Method around the world, from high-powered boardrooms in the US and Europe to rural schools in South Africa.
A former World Surﬁng Champion, Shaun was named one of the 10 Greatest Surfers of All Time. He has a Bachelor's in Business Administration, a Master of Science in Leadership from Northeastern University and has created two popular apparel brands, Instinct and Solitude (co-founded with his wife Carla).
He is the author of the best sellers Surfer's Code and The Code – The Power of "I Will". He produced and co-wrote the documentary ﬁlm Bustin' Down the Door (2006) and is a past board member of Surfrider Foundation and the Santa Barbara Boys & Girls Club.