THE IMPACT BLOG

I've always believed that we pay people not for what they know, but for what they do with what they know. In my view, leadership development is not just about imparting knowledge and raising levels of self awareness, it's about helping people to do things differently.The most effective leaders are - Read More...
 
Posted by davidw on 23.10.14
I have spent the bulk of my professional life following the ways in which we discuss the issues of leadership in organisations and in society. Recently my attention was drawn to the idea of Responsible Leadership. At Impact we have a long standing commitment to the idea of leadership action rooted - Read More...
 
Posted by PhilH on 23.10.14
Every company Impact works with expects a lot from their people. In turn people expect a lot from their company. One of the big issues confronting both employer and employee is the sheer volume of stuff that needs to be done. The pressures of deadlines and that exhausting sense of being overwhelmed - Read More...
 
Posted by emma on 15.10.14
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Every organisation we have ever worked with has a plan. A plan that says something about their aspirations as a business. Some plans are pretty detailed and weighty - lots of graphs with lines pointing upwards and a bewildering amount of numbers. Other plans are, frankly, a bit thin on the detail - Read More...
 
Posted by GrahameB on 09.10.14
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“I’ll kidnap a thousand children before I let this company die” Henry J. Waternoose III from the Disney movie Monsters Inc.One thing we hear too much and too often, is employees bad mouthing the company they work for. - Read More...
 
Posted by GrahameB on 02.10.14
We are regularly asked, by all sorts of people, for advice on how they can take a lead in their company when they have no formal authority or position from which to do so. Sometimes these questions come from very senior leaders who have a global brief but little formal authority in the hierarchy. - Read More...
 
Posted by GrahameB on 25.09.14
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