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 - 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!
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 - 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.
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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?
I explore the answers.

Getting the Best from Your Teams in a Hybrid Office Era

Getting the Best from Your Teams in a Hybrid Office Era

Whether you are a small business person or a corporate executive, getting the best work out of your people is one of the most challenging aspects of leadership. It takes more than attractive compensation packages and inspirational pep talks. It takes creating a culture of trust that unites people together around a common desire to give their best. Here are five steps any leader can take to build a relationship of trust with their team.

Add to the mix the shift from in the office to a hybrid structure where they are working from home some days, at the office other days, and whether this arrangement will remain or continue to change.

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Be A Problem Solver

Be A Problem Solver

Problem-solving and change management are very close to one another. I see it in the pattern of behavior where leaders resist change and avoid problem-solving.

Why is this?

It is actually quite easy to pinpoint. Here are two of the reasons.

First, they have never learned how to solve problems.

Second, they correctly assume that solutions imply change.

I recently published a short book called Solving Problems: A Guide To Being A Person of Impact. Yes, it is simply a book on problem-solving. It helps people learn a simple process for solving problems that can be applied in almost any situation. It is based upon my Circle of Impact model of leadership.

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Elevating Leadership Capacity

Elevating Leadership Capacity

When people solve their own problems, they also gain skills in communication, collaboration, and innovation. All are leadership skills that everyone needs to acquire regardless of the position that they have in the organization. What, then, is the impact of this approach to leadership. In simple terms, it moves an organization from being leadership starved to being leader-rich. More definitively, it decentralizes the capacity of an organization to solve its problems. I saw this effect in an organization that I served many years ago. Small problems flowed up through the hierarchy to the vice-president’s desk. By then a problem had turned into an issue between the company and the union. When the company implemented a program to train and support all their employees in practicing these leadership skills, the trust level in the company grew, ultimately gaining the awareness of Forbes magazine in their annual list of most trustworthy companies. This is the potential that results from elevating the leadership capacity of people.

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

―Peter F. Drucker