THE IMPACT BLOG
Life is a Journey…and with every day that passes, the journey gets faster. Days get shorter and good intentions grow and grow.It’s hard to find time to stop and think. There are always emails to answer, calls to make, trains to catch…But one day, your journey will end, and people will either - Read More...
Posted by davidw on 16.04.13
Back in 1989, Charles Handy wrote about the emergence of “portfolio workers”, individuals who reject the notion of a single, permanent job, instead using their varied skills, interests and achievements to secure a number of often-temporary roles with a variety of organisations.This approach - Read More...
Posted by davidw on 20.02.13
Bookworms go to The Hay Festival, music lovers flock to Glastonbury, petrolheads race to CarFest, so what's stopping the world of Learning & Development having their own 'Festival of Learning' and blurring the lines between learning and fun. Answer - nothing! That's why at Impact we have - Read More...
Posted by davidw on 07.02.13
One of the great advantages we have as a global business working in 50 countries with over 400 clients is that we get to hear what is happening, where the key areas of focus are in people development and what our clients will be looking for help with over the next 12 months.Our 2013 Global Trend - Read More...
Posted by davidw on 17.12.12
With the first frosts clinging to the autumn leaves in the Lake District, the events of the 2012 Olympic Summer seem a long time ago….but are far from forgotten.At Impact we themed our calendar of summer collaboration and fun events around the Olympics. From live streaming of the Games in a fully - Read More...
Posted by davidw on 05.11.12
Back in 2010 I attended the BITC (Business in the Community) Work Inspiration launch and was struck by the realisation that it was time to make some serious changes to the way we engaged with local schools to provide work experience placements.Like many companies, we have always welcomed work - Read More...
Posted by davidw on 02.10.12
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