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Does Your Learning Curve Have Legs?

A learning curve with legs ensures you are able to act on the pull to achieve more and better outcomes. It may require more effort but it will open up

It’s Go Time

Are you happy to hear it’s Go-Time? If you have been following along my last few posts and related episodes you’ll know we are at the fourth stage of the

Ready for Go-Time?

Positional and personal leadership is grounded in presence. Your presence is generated out of your internal state of readiness. You ready?! You may think all these new faces that report

Seeing around the Corner

Seeing around corners is essentially the focus of episode 096 of ImpactBank’s the Kickass Koach podcast. ┬áLast week we focused on reflection as a starting place – getting on your

095 – What Lesson is Hiding in Your Shadow?

You likely have an inkling of what is lurking in your personal shadow just as most leaders have a sense of what problem patterns exist in their organization…so why do

A Spotlight on Your Collective Shadow Reveals Opportunities

Put the spotlight on the shadow and simply observe whatever crawls out. While it requires courage to get that spotlight out and shine it into the corners, that is exactly

Authentic Leadership Starts With Self-Awareness

Over my career I’ve been disappointed by many leaders. Why? Well because many got my attention with their words and then lost me with their follow-through. I have come to

What Are YOU Banking on?

It was January 13, 2012 when I realized I was ready to give my notice and leave a comfortable executive position because it wasn’t big enough for me, it didn’t

Getting Set for Success!

What’s success? The concept of success has been a struggle for me from an early age. It annoys me when people attach success to winning. Whether, the ’72 Canada v.

048 – 051 Habits: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

Habits will drive performance – yours and those who report to you SO it it wise for Leaders to BE habitual┬áNOTICE-ERS! At ImpactBank, we exclusively work with Senior Leaders during