If you’re a leader, it’s your job to create an impact culture.

An impact culture is one that’s geared towards unlocking people’s true potential at work, so they consistently create momentum, invent brilliant new things, and drive growth.

WHY

We are an organisational performance practice for the 21st century.

Our clients need breakthrough brands, products and services to stay successful. To do this, they know they need to transform how they lead and manage their people.

Our work blends organisational psychology, strategy consulting, and leadership development.

We don’t do gimmicks or distractions. We don’t care if you hand out free fruit. We create tangible change in what people do, how they do it, and why, using innovative techniques that have a real impact on the work environment.

HOW

We deliver results.

87% of our clients keep working with us after we’ve solved their first problem.

Last year, one of our clients achieved a 12.6% uplift in margin in just seven months as a direct result of the impact culture we helped to create. No redundancies were involved. Another client increased revenue by 21%.

Impact cultures are creative cultures.

We believe that Creativity Is Power. Creativity is not just important today, but is also the only attribute that will help organisations survive in tomorrow’s automated world. Being unable to structure themselves for creativity is holding most organisations back.

From the journal:

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The sure­-fire way for your business to beat Brexit

If you don’t believe that developing your culture is both urgent and important, think again. 2008 was a tough time to be a supplier to the British public sector. The credit crunch (and doesn’t that term now feel quaint) left budgets frozen or cut altogether. As a...

How to spot a culture in decline

If things are feeling desperate, start by avoiding the Killer 'B's. Doing new things is hard. Writing about doing new things, on the other hand… And I am aware of the irony in that statement. Anyway, I recently stumbled across yet another article on managing...

Why scale-ups become screw-ups

When growing a business, it pays to stick to your speed limits. “Speed kills. Kill your speed.” Growing up, I saw many adverts targeting drivers with messages like this. It always struck me as an odd thing to have to spell out. It’s obvious that a few tonnes of metal...

The sure­-fire way for your business to beat Brexit

If you don’t believe that developing your culture is both urgent and important, think again. 2008 was a tough time to be a supplier to the British public sector. The credit crunch (and doesn’t that term now feel quaint) left budgets frozen or cut altogether. As a...