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ImpactBank's the Kickass Koach is hosted by Roxanne "Rox" Bartel. Rox is a leadership coach and mentor who supports leaders as they move into a new role and want to navigate the early stages of the opportunity effectively. Rox is also part of a consortium of professionals who support organizations wanting to surface opportunities for innovation and growth.

Oct 16, 2015

Want to be an Influencer?  Someone who makes things happen by inspiring and bringing out the best in others?

Isn't that what leadership is all about?!  

What if your team could achieve more than they ever thought possible?

In this ImpactBank: the Kickass Koach episode, I share a story about how my team taught me how...


Oct 9, 2015

How do you make people feel?  Maya Angelou is quoted as saying “people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” 

In this ImpactBank: the Kickass Koach episode, for the first time I'm not sharing a story.  Instead, I share how to use a key...


Aug 14, 2015

Your beliefs form your attitude which ultimately create your mindset.  AND since your mindset is driving your behaviour, you are directly responsible for the outcomes you produce in your life.

That simple.

Only thing is this….your beliefs are made up of a complicated web that has been forming and shifting from the day...


Aug 7, 2015

What to do when a Toxic Person Joins the Team?

Don’t give the Toxic Person too much oxygen!  Figuratively speaking of course.

Your toxic person may not be toxic to everyone.  If however, it is impacting the team performance you may not be alone.  AND you, as a leader, must do something about it. Let’s step back and...


Jul 23, 2015

What is a comfort zone?  In today’s podcast I refer to it as a rut. 

As a child driving with my family in the country I remember getting a chuckle from a sign a local farmer put up on a community dirt road—“Beware the rut you choose, you may be there a while.”  At the time I don’t think I understood the...