Do you have doubts as to whether your L&D programs have resulted in enduring changes for employees back on the job? As an L&D professional tasked with the responsibility of developing and empowering employees, you need to know that your programs will nurture and sustain real growth.
With our new IMPACT discussion guide, you now have a simple and effective way to ensure and support change within your organization.
CoachingOurselves is thrilled to have collaborated with Professor Martin Brigham of Lancaster University and the Worldwide Academic Director of the International Masters for Practicing Managers (IMPM). This new discussion guide is inspired by the IMPM, where experienced managers from around the globe come together and support one another to enact positive change back at their organizations.
The word IMPACT implies having a strong effect on someone or something. In our case, an IMPACT project incorporates a call to ACT with a PACT or promise between participants.
The IMPACT discussion guide can be added to any existing program. Your employees will have the opportunity to effect a specific change in your organization and to receive the insights and support of their CoachingOurselves peers throughout the process. Our already existing Friendly Consulting topic further supports their actions.
The goals of this session are to:
- Present your IMPACT journey to date and in doing so, further integrate your experiences for IMPACT in the future;
- Listen with intent to your peers’ IMPACT journeys thus far;
- Reflect on the role of collaboration in creating change and how to create your “Support Ecosystem” going forward.
To sustain real change, you need to create the proper conditions. We can help you do this.
Dr Martin Brigham is Worldwide Academic Director of the International Masters Program for Managers and an Associate Professor at Lancaster University Management School, UK. His current research interests are focused on reflective practices for management education and organizational development, the role of meetings in shaping business decision-making and governance in relation to corporate sustainability, and he has been the director of two university research centers. Martin is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.
If you are interested in creating IMPACT and our new discussion guide for your organization, contact Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org.