Articles — The Positive Impact Model

Positive Impact Intelligence Matrix

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The Positive Impact Intelligence Matrix provides a blueprint to the different skills and intelligences that can be learned and applied as practice in developing healthier impact on self, others and society.

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How To Operate A Positive Impact Growth Strategy

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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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Organisation Snapshot: Using Criteria For Evaluation Current Position Versus Potential

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Organisation Type: A Global Sportswear Manufacturer And Retailer

Using the criteria to represent behavioural competences, the hierarchy indicates areas where value creation is encouraged and where value is eroded according the employee behaviour and company culture. The value of an organisation can then be audited with gaps and opportunities identified for area where profit can be improved.

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Organisation Snapshot: Using Criteria For Evaluation Current Position Versus Potential

Posted by Rania Laing on

Organisation Type: An International Logistics Company

Using the criteria to represent behavioural competences, the hierarchy indicates areas where value creation is encouraged and where value is eroded according the employee behaviour and company culture. The value of an organisation can then be audited with gaps and opportunities identified for area where profit can be improved.

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How To Create Ideal Organisation Function Profiles

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The algorithm in the Positive Impact Model can be used to indicate the potential value creation and money flow systems within the organisation as an ecosystem. Using the criteria and function value potential, behavioural values can be further defined per function, bringing relevance and precision into the diversity of the system.

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