jenny ainsworth

Increasing Impact

Let's talk about making your mark.

Whether you're looking to move up the career ladder, wanting to elevate your presentation game and leave a lasting impression on your audience, or seeking to charm those tricky stakeholders, one thing's for sure: impact is important.

But here's the thing.

Making an impact isn't just about flashy presentations or scoring brownie points with clients and senior leaders. It's about how you show up every day, how you navigate those tricky conversations, and how you leave a lasting impression on everyone you encounter. That’s why I love the Brené Brown quote: “Show Up, Be Seen, Live Brave”.
Maybe you're itching to level up in your career, but you're not quite sure how to make that leap. Or perhaps you're eager to shake off those lingering doubts about how others perceive you in the workplace. Whatever your goals, building self-awareness is key. It's about peeling back the layers and getting real about how you're perceived, based on truth, not the stories you tell yourself.

And don’t panic!

This isn’t about changing your personality, if you’re a quieter member of the group. That’s what so many people are worried about - that they have to become something different, something new. We don’t want new, we want YOU. It’s about looking at yourself as a dial, and working out why and when it’s important to increase your impact.
Because here's the secret sauce: making an impact isn't about having all the answers or being the loudest voice in the room. It's about authenticity, empathy and a willingness to show up as your best self, every day.

You cannot shrink your way to success. You need to harness your personal power and impact

Power is an interesting word, often with negative connotations.
It can be interpreted as“arrogant,” “intimidating” or “controlling”.

However, think about power as energy. Like electricity powers energy into our homes, our businesses and our world, power can be a personal energy that brings inner confidence and outer impact.

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