Have you ever wanted to free yourself from micromanaging your team?
I mean, not just passing off a couple tasks to a VA. But actually feel like you can delegate whole projects and feel secure passing the reigns on an entire new project and the outcomes that you want?
We use a framework called the Impact Charter, to put everything they need in one place so you can make sure you’re all transparently on the same page, and you can discuss any issues or opportunities before the sh*t hit’s the fan.
If you’re familiar with traditional project management, you may have used or come across a project charter.
It’s a useful document to get buy in from all the various parties involved, but we can take it a step further.
That’s why we came up with the Impact Charter.
The Impact Charter is a new take, instead of focusing on what needs to be done, it’s focused on why it’s important and the actual “impact” taking action is supposed to have.
It’s outcome-oriented work management.
Here’s the framework for a basic Impact Charter.
It’s a little wonky on Skool, so if you want a deeper explanation and a template, let me know in the comments.