Make leadership journaling part of your strategy
Oct11

Make leadership journaling part of your strategy

Don’t fall into the busy trap. There is great value in pausing to reflect, as it provides an opportunity to recognise what’s going on, evaluate results and consider options going forward. And journaling is a great way to do this, because it also adds the power of the written word, putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard. As thoughts are captured in a visual way (or auditory, if you prefer to record your thoughts) they...

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The September issue of IMPACT
Sep21

The September issue of IMPACT

Welcome to the September/October issue of IMPACT! In this issue, we focus on the new hybrid work setup and how crucial culture is in that. We share a recent poll on cultural habits in hybrid, and we explore how powerful journaling and being open to coaching is for real learning and growth. We also share another of our IMPACT HACKS (quick, practical tips for great impact), this time on avoiding burnout. And there’s a story about...

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5th book award for The Leader’s Guide to Impact
Sep07

5th book award for The Leader’s Guide to Impact

We are proud and excited to share that we have received a FIFTH book award for our latest book, The Leader’s Guide to Impact. This Maincrest Media Award is our 11th award in total. This is what the jury said: “The Leader’s Guide is a pioneering book that combines modern principles of mindfulness and positive psychology to create a manifesto for successful leadership and life. The contents of the book helps readers...

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4 impact hacks for managing your time
Aug06

4 impact hacks for managing your time

Don’t wish you had more time, make more instead of the time available to you. Make it count. Here are 4 quick proven impact hacks to consider when wanting to dial up your impact by how you manage, and make the most of, your time. 1. VALUE YOUR TIME Choose how you spend your time. Dare to say no to meetings where you are not needed. Plan your time enough so that you have time for the things you enjoy (your strengths that energise...

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Lead change, don’t just manage it
Aug02

Lead change, don’t just manage it

Learn to master change leadership, which is just as important – if not more so – than change management. For decades, managing change has been a key necessity for organisations across the globe. Managing change is largely a reactive response to changes that occur, in order to make those changes work. Being able to manage changes ensures your business can effectively handle the circumstances brought on by internal and external events....

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Relaxation isn’t just for your time off
Jul15

Relaxation isn’t just for your time off

Everyone needs time off at regular intervals, to relax, recharge and forget about work for a while. Over the last 18 months or so of a global pandemic which has for many meant working from home, the lines between work and home have become blurred. And it has for many potentially raised the question: Am I working from home or living at work? Even if you love working from home, valuing the flexibility it gives you and the time and money...

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