You don’t need a miracle to drive success, you need a plan. After years of working with businesses and professionals of every stripe, I have distilled the organizational design model into one unique, all-encompassing process. I.M.P.A.C.T. Leadership shows you how to create processes that work for your business and your employees, and it gives you the power to blast through the inefficiencies holding you back.
I.M.P.A.C.T. Leadership is not a pick-and-choose program. Working through each of the steps in a specific order provides the insight and knowledge you need to clarify your company’s culture and learn how to think strategically, while also increasing employee engagement and inclusion. How long it takes to complete each step in the process will depend on your business needs, allowing you to concentrate on weak areas without neglecting other key pieces.
This is not just another tool, it is the entire toolkit. The I.M.P.A.C.T. process is completely customized for your company from start to finish. When it comes to people, there are no off-the-shelf solutions. I partner with you from the very beginning, and I work beside you to uncover the systems you need to thrive in business. We cover the good, the bad, and the difficult together.
Investing in your employees is the most important thing you can do as an executive. You must have the ability to maintain high-potential employees, or risk losing them to another employer with more cohesive strategies. If your staff can’t accomplish what they need to accomplish because the company culture makes it difficult, they will leave out of sheer frustration when they aren’t able to do what is expected of them. The world presents enough obstacles, so why create more within your organization?
The lens through which you view your business is crucial, and I.M.P.A.C.T. Leadership gives you the ability to analyze your business strategy from every angle. There are currently five generations in the workforce, and none looks at the world the same way. The new intern has a very different perspective than the C-suite executives. But how do you give the intern the tools he needs, while also providing for the top brass? How do you keep track of everyone in the middle so they don’t get lost in the shuffle?
Sending one or two key employees to a conference and hoping they bring back the information everyone needs to do their jobs is not effective. I preach and practice inclusion and the power that comes from teams working together. Training all of your staff at the same time and in the same way will increase engagement and commitment to company goals and initiatives. I.M.P.A.C.T. Leadership is the vehicle that will drive your company’s success, and, ultimately, your profits.