Ryan’s consulting and coaching work can address leadership, communication, sales and strategy challenges. Ryan provides a unique blend of experience, perspective and process to help executive teams navigate the increasingly complex business landscape and find solutions that deliver results.
Our consulting work is highly customized, designed to help you address specific challenges or accelerate a unique opportunity. Each engagement is supported by appropriate discovery and project definition with an emphasis on results. Our project work includes:
- Audit and optimize sales strategy.
- Facilitate executive team meetings.
- Manage corporate positioning work (mission, vision, values).
- Lead private, virtual coaching.
Ryan’s own experience working as a trusted advisor for some of the world’s best brands shapes his methodology. He serves as a faculty member for the Institute of Management Studies and advises V3 Capital Partners on new investment opportunities and early stage company growth strategy.
His team takes on new consulting projects on a select, limited basis after conducting a needs assessment and carefully considering fit. To discuss engaging Ryan, please contact us.
April 24, 2017 — by Ryan Estis
I was sitting in the front row, anticipating the start of the sales kick-off meeting. In 45 minutes, the stage would be mine. I was following the CEO’s opening remarks. “We have a problem. We don’t have enough sales. We are capable of more.” That was an aggressive start, and the CEO never slowed down. …Read More
April 19, 2017 — by Ryan Estis
Change is a process. Not an event. I try and focus on the process and make a little bit of progress every single day. The learning never stops. It can’t. The world is changing too fast. Whenever I hit a plateau on my growth, I know it’s because I’ve relaxed on my commitment to learning. …Read More
April 12, 2017 — by Ryan Estis
“Everything is a choice. Look closely inside of you. If you see a behavior that you do not like, be different than that. Be your own role model. No matter what anyone does, see it as an opportunity, learn from it and use it for your own good. Love, light and gratitude.” “You won’t have …Read More
March 28, 2017 — by Ryan Estis
“We need to go to New York and tell them two years. They should actually forecast us losing money for two years. That’s what it’s going to take to turn this around now. Let’s tell them their head count to revenue and cost containment plan is complete bullshit. If that’s the plan they can find …Read More
March 22, 2017 — by Ryan Estis
“Why do we as people become complacent, comfortable, and bored? … I have a fire in me. I’m going to start each day with a purpose and carry it out. I’m done being bored and not doing things I want to do.” –Dave Gerber Dave was asking a rhetorical question. There are very real reasons …Read More