Ultimately, everyone is responsible for the impact they have and the impact they want to have. And the more senior you become as a leader, the more people you impact, and therefore the more responsibility you have for making sure you get it right.
That’s how important your impact becomes. And that’s why Mandy and Elisabet argues that impact is too important to be left to chance – it needs to be a conscious effort, where your impact as a leader is chosen to create positive, productive outcomes at work and beyond.
The impact you have start from within. Powerful impact stars with self-leadership, how you think about yourself and how you see yourself becomes what you send out. And that in turn affects what others see and experience – from your team through the organisation and externally too. That’s the ripple effect you have.
Leadership is the act and art of influencing and impact others.
This means everyone is a leader.
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The first three issues are now out – July, August and September.
July focused on building trust, leading for innovation and preparing for the future. August highlighted how to make the most of your time off.
And the latest issue, September, is all about how the global pandemic is creating a new hybrid work environment and how there is a lot you can do as leaders to make that experience for employees as positive, collaborative and engaging as possible.
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