We transform cultures
We transform leaders
We transform teams
We transform conflict
We are a not-only-for profit organisation.
We are future informed pragmatic idealists who explore the world looking for solutions to complex situations.
We are leaders in our field of expertise. We live our talk. We are fallible. We know that the old ways of doing business are changing. The new way is challenging, exhilarating, fulfilling, hard work and fun. Collaboration and the development of conscious is key.
We believe that it is not just about getting the job done but how you do the job. This means working smart, using whole system intelligence and cutting-edge processes.
Organisations come to us with difficult and challenging situations. Organisations come to us when they want to truly transform their culture using a transparent and inclusive values approach. Organisations come to us when they want to grow their leadership capability.
We are pioneers in leadership development. Every year we search the world looking for the distinctions that make the difference. We are masters in our area of expertise including facilitation of large-scale dialogue processes.
We are a “do with” instead of a “do to” consultancy. We are capacity builders which means that when we finish the project the knowledge and capacity stays in your organisation. Engagement and “buy-in” is embedded in our processes.
Our accountability is demonstrated by our multi-award-winning status including 2004 Telstra Finalist Business Woman of the Year, 2005 Tasmanian State Winner – Telstra Business Awards, 2006 Leadership Excellence Award – Australian Human Resources Institute, 2018 The Final Act of Grace, Hay House Balboa Press Publishers Award.
Operating both nationally and internationally, Impact Solutions International works with individual executives and senior management, corporate clients, government bodies, businesses, NGO’s and community groups.
Impact Solutions International acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.