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Ask most managers what their top priorities are for their direct reports and I would be hugely surprised if the word ‘happiness’ appeared anywhere on a list littered with words like ‘productivity’, ‘creativity’ ‘target-orientated’, ‘efficient’ etc. But we are now interested in the idea of - Read More...
 
Posted by GrahameB on 17.05.16
Although I have experienced 10 leap years during my time on this planet, the 29th February 2016 was the first time I’ve intentionally marked the occasion by doing something to make the most of the ‘extra’ day. A few weeks previously, whilst browsing Twitter, I came across a great guy called Doug - Read More...
 
Posted by Guest Author on 17.05.16
We’ve been talking together here at Impact HQ in the beautiful English Lake District. We do that. Talk. A lot. Sometimes we try and talk very deliberately and carefully about something (as opposed to the usual “meeting” type talking where, despite ourselves, we often start behaving less - Read More...
 
Posted by GrahameB on 27.04.16
As part of our experiential development approach, we contrive situations for leaders so as to heighten their opportunities for observation and reflection around their acts of leadership, or as the participants thought I said because of my New Zealand accent, the X of leadership. I liked - Read More...
 
Posted by Guest Author on 26.04.16
Impact's Senior Consultant, Richard Little, shares his six top tips on how to choose the right leadership development degree. As global leadership development experts we meet managers at every career point, from - Read More...
 
Posted by Guest Author on 21.04.16
…or, better still, should we be? The “fear” of evaluation might not be such a strange feeling when it comes to the training and education field, whether you are HR, a consultant or a participant. When it comes to training evaluation the one element that leaves an indelible imprint is - Read More...
 
Posted by Guest Author on 19.04.16
Andy Dickson explores the importance of process goals in achieving much loftier goals from ending extreme poverty, longevity and making the big dreams come true.Goals are important and we tend to fixate on the big ones, winning medals, getting the big deals, lifting the trophy! - Read More...
 
Posted by AndyD on 12.04.16
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