Managing Stress Through Times of Uncertainty, as a Leader

Thank you to everyone who attended our third #AskIMPACT session, ‘Managing Stress Through Times of Uncertainty, as a Leader.

Healthy Work from Home Habits to Start Now

Thank you to everyone who attended our second #AskIMPACT session, ‘Healthy Work from Home Habits to Start Now’ hosted by Kathryn Smith.

Maintaining the Client Connection During Times of Uncertainty

Thank you to everyone who attended our first #AskIMPACT session. If you were unable to attend, we have included a link to the recording.

Leading In Unprecedented Times – Three Things to Do Right Now

Changes to the way we work are imminent, now and in the future, and the most resourceful leaders will see change as an opportunity to test new ways of working while embracing the challenge of the moment – to lead with certainty and conviction in a time of great ambiguity.

Tips for Navigating Stress at Work

By Jennifer Card, M.Sc., Impact Coach

It’s important to remember that our ability to choose one thought over another lies in our capacity to be resilient and self-aware. Stressful situations will always be there. How we choose to navigate them through self-awareness, self-compassion and self-regulation are what matters most to our stress management tactics.

Positive Conflict…..Does Your Organization Invite the Elephant to the Table?

By Jennifer Card, M.Sc., Impact Coach

The start of the new year is a great time to clean-the-slate by leaning into the difficult conversations that your organization needs to have in order to confront conflict in a constructive way….not only will it help your organization to establish more trust, it will fuel innovation.

Top Boards Do These 4 Things Differently

Reviewing financial statements, audit activities, and compliance activities are all part of the work required of board members to keep the company running on the right path. But the most successful boards do far more than this, focusing on more forward-looking, value-creating, strategic issues.

How To Talk To A One-Upper Without Losing Your Damn Mind

We all have that friend: the one who one-ups you in conversation every chance they get. Sometimes it’s a co-worker or family member, but what they all have in common is that anything you can do they can do categorically better.