Ursula Jorch is a speaker, business coach and consultant who helps entrepreneurs grow a successful business that makes a difference in the world. A 21-year successful entrepreneur herself, Ursula helps you define the difference you want to make in the world and develop strategy and marketing so you have ever-expanding impact.
Find Ursula on her podcast, Work Alchemy: The Impact Interviews where she interviews impactful entrepreneurs and leaders like Seth Godin and Marianne Williamson, and at WorkAlchemy.com for free resources for you and your business.
Your impact matters, and so does your personal sustainability. Here are 3 ways to keep having impact without compromising yourself.†
It’s worth getting nervous about impact vampires, because they draw valuable resources out of your business, and prevent you from having impact.
Bouncing back from rejection is a skill that can be learned. You can, with these 5 nuggets of wisdom.
What does it take to lead a for-profit company focused on impact, on social and environmental change?
When a company makes a public mistake, it’s revealing. It comes from excessive inward focus, and a lack of focus on impact.
In these times (or any time), for a list like this to appear in a reputable business magazine is shocking.
Developing an impact-focused strategy that is then infused into every aspect of the business during implementation increases both profits and impact.
Your business’ mission when based on impact isn’t just about you. It also includes this critical component.
It happens in every company that grows beyond the startup stage: you need to do things differently to move to the next level.
Losing a great employee is costly. Here are 7 ways you can keep your best staff members.
As co-founder with her sister Alison Webster, Lindsey McCoy is finding ways to address one of the major environmental issues of our time.
As a leader, you have power. How you show up every day influences your organization and your impact.
Fear can be a driver of decisions and actions in your business, but they don’t have to be.
Women like Eileen Fisher are bringing unique skills and perspectives to the table in terms of leadership in companies that have impact.
Decisions made to ease discomfort can be the least beneficial, for your business and everyone in it,
Decisions made to ease discomfort can be the least beneficial, for your business and everyone in it, including you.