#askIMPACT: The Power Personality

Lots of people work with someone who makes them feel powerless. Sometimes this person can be known as an “alpha” or even a “bully”. These kind of “power” personalities thrive on just that – power.

#askIMPACT: The Perfectionist

Perfectionism is the pursuit of unrelenting standards. Perfectionists judge their self-worth largely on their ability to strive for and achieve these standards.

#askIMPACT: The Imposter Syndrome

We’d like to introduce you to our new series, #askIMPACT, where we explore how to coach or work with someone with a distinct personality trait, identity or pattern.

Trust and Leadership

Into every leadership journey a little rain must fall. At some point, the numbers will start to head south or that key project may start to miss critical milestones. It happens to all of us at some point. As a leader, you are defined not by your challenges…

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The Coaching Show – Amrita Garg – How Coaching Enables Organizational Transformation and Growth

“On July 11th Amrita appeared on The Coaching Show, an emerging podcast that features up-and-coming coaches in the profession.”

Three Ways to Maximize Impact in the Second Half of 2019

It’s hard to believe that we are already at the midpoint of the calendar year! Now is a great time for some reflection and plans to close out 2019 with strength.

How Coaching Stands Out: Influence and Achieving Results

You have probably heard of Dale Carnegie’s book, How to Win Friends and Influence People. You may be surprised that this classic text holds the key to understanding the difference amongst the many ways you can encourage development in your team.

Do you know a “Smartest Person in the Room”?

Some people love to say things like, “I already knew that” or “I told you so”. They may use other “I am smarter than you” habits like telling others that my story is bigger than your story. “Great story, but that same thing happened to me in an even bigger way!”