Articles — Sustainability

How To Operate A Positive Impact Growth Strategy

Posted by Rania Laing on

Business performance is ultimately delivered by the quality of thinking that takes place in an organisation. Leaders and managers bring their non-conscious mental obstacles into their work. These create obstacles that fall into the four categories of limited beliefs, mental barriers, blocks and blindspots, and self-image will determine the commercial success of your company.

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Leading Markets With Positive Impact

Posted by Rania Laing on

We live in a world where everything is seemingly easy. Apps are making our lives more seamless. Online services are growing at a rate of over 20% year on year, according to Statista. You no longer need to problem solve your daily life. At the same time diseases like Alzheimer’s are sadly on the increase. In this age of artificial intelligence and social networks, it's as if we no longer have a reason to develop our mental, cognitive and social skills. As we grow out of old neural pathways, we are not creating new ones. At the same time, industries like retail and FMCG are in crisis, unable to innovate nor engage. As a society, we are playing the same old record and expecting miracles. We have reached a stage that we don't just need to change the record, we need a whole new system to play music from.

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Applying The Learning Revolution Principles To Your Organisation

Posted by Rania Laing on

Learning comes from all directions. So, it's also important to understand all positions are valued equally within a business. Leader learnings must cascade down as team member and team learnings cascade up to generate and maximise collective potential. Collective goals and objectives form the basis of the contract to undergo the learning process together with a collective purpose. 

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Understanding Sustainability

Posted by Rania Laing on

As Purposeful Innovators, we believe, and must demonstrate, that society has reached a milestone that organisations can and, therefore, are obliged to deliver their strategies without compromise or suffering on any of the dimensions. The Positive Impact model provides a road map to facilitate the highest value creation on all three dimensions and therefore delivers the triple bottom line as a standard and given practice for all.

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