Hi everyone - we made it to the end of another week. I hope you are safe and well, wherever you are in the world.
Thanks to those recent subscribers who have shared feedback about the newsletter with me - it is always lovely to hear the impact these emails have on your thinking.
Speaking of impact (seamless link) that is our topic for this week. The original etymology of impact dates from around 1600, “press closely into something,” from Latin impactus, past participle of impingere “to push into, drive into, strike against,”.
As part of collaboration this week with Jamie Wahab - the Principal at St Christopher’s Catholic Primary School in Sydney - we created an Impact Canvas.
A set of provocations and questions to explore when considering the impact of your projects and initiatives.
(and yes everything has to be a canvas these days)
It was Jamie who noticed the broader application of this little template, so I have outlined three of the six main sections below and included the questions we developed together.