Never by Yourself
Impact's innovative approach to people development is supported by a network of unrivalled partnerships.
We work in true collaboration with experts worldwide to co-create people development solutions that benefit individuals, organisations and whole societies.
We are in constant dialogue and consultation with our clients. We really shine when we work in partnership with you to design the perfect learning journey.
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Impact International and the Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS, University of Cumbria) have formed a new partnership, and are excited to announce their offering of leadership and organisational development experiences that focus on enabling more sustainable enterprise.
A portfolio of short courses to enhance capabilities including
- Values-Inspired Leadership
- Leading Creativity
- Mindful Leadership
- Leading the Sharing Economy
Real Time Simulations
Bespoke simulations for individual organisations, deepening their contact with their stakeholders and critics and generating solutions-oriented stakeholder dialogue.
For more information, please contact:
iflas [at] impactinternational [dot] com (subject: IFLAS%20enquiry)
The University of Cumbria Business School launched the Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS) at the Royal Geographical Society in London, May 2013. On the theme "Adventures in Sustainability", it included speeches from RGS Vice President Paul Rose, Futerra co Founder Ed Gillespie, Wild Swimming Author Daniel Start, University Senior Lecturer Kate Rawles, Co-founder of Faithless and 1 Giant Leap Jamie Catto, and Founder of IFLAS, Professor Jem Bendell. Watch the highlights here:
Eclipse is Impact’s events agency. They work with a fantastic range of clients, designing, creating and delivering exciting and motivating events that achieve business objectives.
Eclipse was established in 1989 to provide outdoor and experiential activities for corporate clients, private groups and individuals. We continue to provide outstanding outdoor adventure and skills training. We work with an impressive range of corporate clients offering team challenges, team building events and corporate ‘fun’ days. We also provide technical services to other Management Consultants and People Development organisations wanting to broaden their own portfolio of services by partnering with us.
Impact is featured in Bersin & Associates’ supplier directory as a leading provider of executive and leadership development training. To visit their website please click here.
Business Call To Action
Impact supports the BCtA initiative which was launched in 2008 to encourage businesses to accelerate progress towards meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and addressing other social and economic challenges. By providing jobs, contributing to environmental sustainability, addressing healthcare challenges in developing countries, and creating opportunities for women, companies contribute to the long-term success and vitality of developing nations. BCtA members include leading global organizations like Cisco, Citi, Diageo, Ericsson, Microsoft, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Thomson Reuters and Vodafone. To visit their website please click here.
Chartered Management Institute
Impact is an approved Centre with the Chartered Management Institute as the CMI is the only chartered professional body that is dedicated to management and leadership. The CMI granted Impact ‘Approved Centre’ status in 2007 and it is through partnerships like these that the Institute offers a suite of qualifications for managers at all levels, from Team Leaders to Senior Managers and Directors.
For the past 3 years we have been offering a range of CMI management and leadership qualifications at national levels 3, 5 and 7. We are now in the process of seeking approval to extend this remit to cover coaching and mentoring qualifications and are on track to launch these qualifications at levels 3, 5 and 7.
We have worked closely with the CMI to ensure that we retain the unique, challenging and innovative approach that Impact’s award winning programmes are renowned for, whilst creating a robust framework for accreditation. Currently accreditation can be offered on an individual basis or incorporated into a tailor-made programme design.
Compass360 is a tailored on-line 360-degree feedback process that produces Personal Reports. It uses a client’s existing competency framework (or they can choose from the Compass Library of Competencies) to provide insight into confirmed strengths, blind spots, unrecognised strengths and development needs. A Personal 360 Feedback Report provides a data-point from which clients can measure performance improvement during and after a development programme. It can provide a framework to measure ROI and a basis for talent management plans. For more information please click here
Fort Hill Company
Fort Hill Company specializes in learning transfer, helping companies make sure training and development leads to business results.
Forum Interactive have worked alongside Impact in delivering their specialism of Leadership ‘live-action’ scenarios using the forum-theatre technique. Impact and Forum interactive will soon offer this unique approach as an Open Enrolment programme.
Forum Interactive is a learning and development consultancy who use drama and experiential methods to influence the way people think and behave at work.
They reveal the complex and often hidden aspects of human behaviour so that clients gain the knowledge and understanding needed to improve work practice. They work across industry sectors in organisational and cultural change, management and leadership development, health and safety.
They are offering The Dynamic Space™ which is a leadership programme that actively engages and explores the concept of transformational leadership. It begins from the premise that a transformational leader aims to empower and enable by influencing the people dimension. They focus on the emotional intelligence, attitudes and skilled behaviours that are necessary and essential for effective leadership. Our work provides a different and challenging experiential journey in which participants deeply consider the people whom they lead or manage.
We work in partnership with a specialist graduate consultancy, Futureboard, to help you to attract and select high calibre graduates with a view to fast-tracking them into leadership roles.
Once on board, Impact creates a pragmatic and meaningful learning and development programme that will help them on their journey to becoming future leaders and board members.
Our contribution can take several forms, from a one-off intervention to a fully-integrated modular programme involving key topics such as team skills, effective leadership, presentation skills, influencing, business skills and project planning.
By supporting up-and-coming talent you will attract better quality candidates, increase retention, improve employee engagement generally and reduce future recruitment costs.
Impact partners with GlobalEdg in leadership development projects requiring a disciplined approach to strategic thinking, planning and executing sustained change.
Impact partners with Harvard professor/consultant Shawn Achor in development initiatives that include a focus on optimism and positive psychology.
Impact partners with Harvard Business Publishing for supplemental online content when a blended learning solution is sought by clients.
Impact partners with Hay Group in use of the Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI 360) diagnostic tool to support leadership development.
Impact partners with Hogan in use of the HDS, commonly known as the Hogan Derailer, as a diagnostic tool to support leadership development.
Impact partners with Hoovers for global market insights and other business information.
We work in partnership with international business schools including INSEAD.
Impact partners with Knowledge Advisors in use of the Metrics that Matter learning measurement toolset.
We assisted in the design and delivery of the ‘MA in Development Training’ in partnership with University College of St Martin (degree awarded by Lancaster University).
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The MBTI from CPP is the world’s most trusted and widely used personality assessment; Impact consultants are certified in use of both the MBTI and MBTI Step II instruments.
Neela Bettridge is working with Impact to develop an open enrolment programme to address the challenges of sustainability in business.
Neela provides expert sustainability advice to large multinationals and government. She is also and experienced Executive Coach and facilitator and believes that transformation is needed to create individuals, teams and systemic organisational culture change.
Impact Americas has a strategic alliance with Pharus Consulting for seamless delivery across Latin America; Pharus is a premier experiential learning company based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Impact is featured in TrainingIndustry.com’s supplier directory as a leading provider of executive and leadership development training.
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UN Global Compact
Impact is a member of the UNGC, comprised of businesses committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. To read more and download our Communication on Progress Report please click here.
University of Cumbria
We partnered to design and deliver the new ‘MA in Development Training’, along with modules on the ‘MA in Experiential Learning’ & the forthcoming ‘Leadership for Sustainability’ for University of Cumbria.
Zinco Design Solutions are the graphic design and website development team of Impact International.
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