IMAGINE RUNNING A BUSINESS WHERE EVERYONE IS INSPIRED TO LEAD

ACTIVATE PERSONAL INITIATIVE

A call to ignite change and achieve greatness

Running a successful business is full of challenges. Especially during times of transition. But when your people are motivated, inspired, and determined to give their very best, you can achieve great things.

In Circle of Impact, Ed Brenegar shows how anyone can develop the personal initiative needed to create real impact both in their own lives and within their organizations.

People of Impact Share their Praise for Ed Brenegar

Ed Brenegar - Kerstin Schinck
Dealing with humans is the biggest challenge in leadership. And yet deepening relationships while creating a foundation of trust always does lead to personal growth and better results. In times of change Ed Brenegar knows how to unlock people´s potential by guiding them while asking the right questions. Here is someone who understands how to lead with empathy. The book is a must read to anyone who is interested in unlocking their potential and lead more humane.

Kerstin Schinck | Sr. Consultant, Deutsche Bank

Dr. Ed Brenegar
2018-08-28T13:02:33+00:00

Kerstin Schinck | Sr. Consultant, Deutsche Bank

Ed Brenegar - Kerstin Schinck
Dealing with humans is the biggest challenge in leadership. And yet deepening relationships while creating a foundation of trust always does lead to personal growth and better results. In times of change Ed Brenegar knows how to unlock people´s potential by guiding them while asking the right questions. Here is someone who understands how to lead with empathy. The book is a must read to anyone who is interested in unlocking their potential and lead more humane.
Ed Brenegar - Dan McCabe
I have worked with Ed for almost 3 years. His process and results could not have been better and Ed gained the confidence, appreciation and trust of the team and executives. Because of his great work on this engagement we brought him back to be a coach for our executive team to help us build stronger and more effective relationships across the team.

Dan McCabe | CAO, CareSource Management Group

Dr. Ed Brenegar
2018-08-28T13:00:50+00:00

Dan McCabe | CAO, CareSource Management Group

Ed Brenegar - Dan McCabe
I have worked with Ed for almost 3 years. His process and results could not have been better and Ed gained the confidence, appreciation and trust of the team and executives. Because of his great work on this engagement we brought him back to be a coach for our executive team to help us build stronger and more effective relationships across the team.
Ed Brenegar - Bill Watkins
When I read Circle of Impact, I was struck by two thoughts. Ed Brenegar is the definitive expert on something we constantly experience in our lives that we keep trying to avoid: change. And, if there was ever a time we need an expert on change and the accelerated transitions in our lives, it’s now. Ed is the right man for our world right now. Read his book!

Bill Watkins | Co-Founder, Rusty Lion

Dr. Ed Brenegar
2018-08-28T13:03:33+00:00

Bill Watkins | Co-Founder, Rusty Lion

Ed Brenegar - Bill Watkins
When I read Circle of Impact, I was struck by two thoughts. Ed Brenegar is the definitive expert on something we constantly experience in our lives that we keep trying to avoid: change. And, if there was ever a time we need an expert on change and the accelerated transitions in our lives, it’s now. Ed is the right man for our world right now. Read his book!
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Dr. Ed Brenegar

MAKE CHANGE HAPPEN

If any of these situations sound familiar, Ed will help you find the clarity you need:

  • Your business has reached a plateau, but you want to grow
  • You are unhappy with your current business performance
  • You wish your people could take the initiative to resolve problems
  • Your business needs to address a particular challenge or make the most of a new opportunity
  • Your business is undergoing, or approaching, a period of transition

If this sounds like your organization, don’t worry; you’re not alone. Every business faces challenges. But when you empower those around you to lead, you’ll ignite change, overcome difficulties and accomplish more than you ever thought possible.

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Speaker. Author. Coach.

A leader for leaders, Dr. Ed Brenegar is a speaker, author, coach, and a recognised authority on leadership and transformation. He works with individuals and organizations, helping people take the personal initiative to improve their professional and personal lives.

In addition to his speaking and coaching activities, Ed is the author of Circle of Impact, a powerful new book that redefines the concept of leadership.

LEADING FOR IMPACT BLOG

How do leaders create the impact that matters?
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Two Global Forces : Opportunities

Two Global Forces : Opportunities

Nothing is inevitable, except change. Nothing happens in a uniform or complete manner. Every change creates the conditions for its opposite. This is where opportunities abound.

Entrepreneurs understand this and then when they reach a point of establishment, promptly forget about it. Entrepreneurs want to decentralize power in order to create new opportunities. Then they want to centralize power believing that absolute control produces efficiencies that secure the future of the business. Is entrepreneurial ‘creative destruction’ only a starting point? Or, can a business instill the practice of entrepreneurial opportunity-seeking throughout the organization? I believe that it can.

This is one facet of the tension between centralization and decentralization in society. It has grown in intensity as technologies emerged that support personal endeavors and the control of people through surveillance technologies. The context of this global dynamic I call the Two Global Forces. This post consists of selections from my book, Circle of Impact: Taking Personal Initiative to Ignite Change, on this phenomenon in our world today. I have more to say about this at the end.

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Ideas Make One Free

Ideas Make One Free

I came to realize through working with leaders and their organizations that their problems were not just organizational. Within their teams and workforce, there were philosophical differences that made creating a culture of trust more difficult. I found that when the ideas that we identify as values were treated as secondary or optional aspects of the business, it also contributed to difficulties in how people worked together. Trust in relationships is a product of clarity of not just the why of the company, but the how. It doesn’t take long talking with people from any business to discover if they are clear about the company’s values and goals. When that clarity is missing, there is reticence on the part of employees to give their best each day.

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Understanding Transitions

Understanding Transitions

I was at a transition point in my life. I was asking questions that you may have asked yourself at some point in your life. My tran­sition point had me looking at decisions about where I would live, how I would financially support myself, and what difference I would make with the rest of my life. These decisions followed a time of loss where my consulting practice slowly dried up, and then, after moving from being a board member into the executive director role, I was terminated from the nonprofit organization that I led. During this time, my marriage of thirty years ended.

Sitting in my apartment one night, the question of what my life was to be in the future became crystal clear to me. I saw myself starting over. I realized that my life was not done, there was much to do, and that my best, most important work was yet to be. So that evening, I decided that for me to start my life over, I had to move.

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“The only thing we know about the future is that it will be different.”

―Peter F. Drucker