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Liberating Human Potential

Impact liberate the human potential in organisations so that together we can solve the complex problems that challenge humanity. The people who will solve these problems are all around you, already working in your organisation. That's where we come in.

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We understand that organisations are unique and that culture and strategy come to life one person at a time.

We listen. We ask questions. We create powerful, experiential learning journeys that deliver results. Uniquely for you.

Together we can transform your culture, your people, your future.

 

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We believe that organisations should be purpose-driven, human-centric places where people can thrive while making a positive impact in the world.
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Our Clients

We have worked with more than 400 companies worldwide

Our latest insights

Wellbeing & Personal Development

What does wellbeing mean to you?

As World Wellbeing Week approached, we used this time to answer the question 'what does wellbeing mean to you?' Here are some of our thoughts:

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Coaching
Leadership

Podcast: the coaching advantage

Sarah Brammeier is Head of Executive Coaching Practice at Impact and is passionate about coaching. This episode touches on how coaching can support people to explore their edges, to learn what is...

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Change
Digital & Technology
Leadership
News

The greatest organisational challenges of 2024

Our global series of events brought more than 160 leaders together in New York, London and Singapore. They named their biggest organisational challenge and discussed how to shape tomorrow's workplace...

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Innovation & Creativity
Leadership

Global leaders share the advice they'd give their younger self (part 3)

We asked ten global leaders the question "if you could start your career again, what advice would you give yourself?" How does their answer match to yours?

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