We are in the middle of a global digital transformation that will reshape our work landscapes in ways we cannot yet begin to imagine because our brain is wired for linear change and reality is happening at an exponential speed. No organisation today is ‘ready’ for what’s to come, the way you can set a table and get ready for guests. But we can get ready by training the muscles we’ll need:

The higher the digital complexity,
the more important the human alignment.

If we want to prepare our businesses for tomorrow, we need to do a lot more than flatten our organisational structures and buy the newest tech. We need to consciously redesign human togetherness. This means looking at leadership, how teams work together and the conditions we can create for the culture and outcomes we desire at large. Today’s leaders are facing these fundamental challenges, while also having to provide internal stability and drive progress. It’s clear that the ‘future of work’ is worth investing in, but there’s also a sense of ‘no time for experiments’. For most, the trick is to rework the turbine on the fly.

Future-proofing leadership is my job:

If you need me, call me.

I design bespoke workshop content for top leadership teams, facilitate team development processes and moderate large events. My mission is to graciously sneak into work environments, in which traces of autocracy, conquer-and-divide mindsets and professional masks are to be replaced with trust, productive co-creation and ease.


What does leadership look like in a digital world, with a myriad of communication channels and thought schools for co-creation? How are leaders supposed to be directive, empowering, agile, systemic, innovative, passionate and data-driven all at once?

The options seem excessive and overwhelming, but the truth is simple. The world is hungry for authentic leaders who can take on a number of key roles with integrity.


Functional and healthy togetherness is no longer just ‘nice to have’. We know that when teams are happy, they are also effective. We know that ‘culture eats strategy for breakfast’.

The question is, how can culture and strategy have breakfast together? How do the analog and digital worlds complement each other? What is ‘togetherness’ made of and how do you foster trust-based collaboration while remaining hungry and improving your strategy?


The prerequisite for stability in a moving world is a strong core. This means that as many people as possible need to understand, agree with and actively support your business purpose.

How do you instill a clear sense of purpose in a results-driven business? How does this affect your your business model, your brand and your priorities? How do you get this across in a way that’s both meaningful and practical?

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Business Purpose starts with individual purpose

The Purpose Test

The Purpose Test was created based on action research with over 300 start-ups and entrepreneurs. The results showed that people felt aligned with their purpose when they perceived an overlap between what they love, what they’re great at, what the world needs and what they’re paid for. Interestingly, when test takers scored lower on certain parts, they also identified with certain self-limiting beliefs, that we lovingly refer to as ‘business bullshit’.

Take the (free) test to identify where you currently are on the purpose diagram and what ‘bullshit monsters’ may be holding you back.


About Anaïs

Anaïs Bock is a digital native, Organizational Behaviourist (MSc) and facilitator who works with Fortune 500 firms and entrepreneurs alike and speaks on international stages in fluent English, German and Spanish. Her international diplomatic upbringing and globetrotting career led to 17 moves between Venezuela, Thailand, Jordan, Spain, The Netherlands, Egypt and Germany and she still hasn’t had enough of traveling the world and meeting people from all walks of life.

In the last 8 years, Anaïs spearheaded her own approach to cultural transformation that fuses insights from organisational psychology, neuroscience and embodiment. She’s the creator of the four-part Purpose Diagram, The Purpose Test and Bullshit Monsters. Anaïs is often invited to help foster humanness in a fast-paced digital world and close the apparent gap between work that feels good and work that makes good money. She enables leaders to convert a work culture governed by a pressure to perform into a sense of togetherness and supports organisations in granting the soft factors of success an official, research-based place at the board room table.

Also, she thinks it’s weird to write about yourself in 3rd person. Take a peek behind the scenes >


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