Adj. — fearless, undaunted
Origin — From Latin impavidus; im (“not”) + pavidus (“fearful”)
Impavid was founded to help organizations that are courageously pursuing their mission — including but not limited to non-profits, creative industries, and start-ups. We operate from a very simple value proposition: Leaders not only have the opportunity to enrich the lives of the people they lead, they have a responsibility to do so. Achieving organizational objectives and enriching the lives of organizational members are not mutually exclusive goals but rather complementary one. We serve clients — from two-person start-ups to Fortune 100 companies — with the express purpose of building prosocial leadership capabilities, enhancing organizational culture, and improving organizational results.
Daniel LeBreton, Ph.D
A psychologist, teacher, speaker, coach, and consultant, Daniel LeBreton founded Impavid Consulting out of a desire to work with people who were exercising courage in the pursuit of something meaningful.
Over the past 14 years, Daniel has worked with hundreds of executives and managers. Utilizing the best of organizational psychology and social science, he helps leaders enhance motivation, engagement, and performance among team members.
Daniel has an M.S. and a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Virginia Tech. He is a licensed psychologist and has a joint-appointment lectureship position in the Leadership, Policy, & Organizations Department and the Human & Organizational Development Department in the Peabody College at Vanderbilt University.