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.
December 6, 2016 — by Ryan Estis
“Dude, if you could figure out a way to get paid from having networking and brainstorming meetings at Starbucks everyday, you’d be crazy rich.” The truth hurts. At the time it was exactly the perspective I needed. I like meeting new people, learning about their work and figuring out if we can support each other. …Read More
December 5, 2016 — by Ryan Estis
“As a result of all this change, it’s harder than ever to run a successful business in a people-centered industry.” Three years ago, during Summer Brand Camp I had the opportunity to meet Joni Thomas Doolin, the architect behind the event that includes a big dose of community, connection and philanthropy along with a whole …Read More
November 29, 2016 — by Ryan Estis
“If you keep living the way you’re living, you’ll either be dead or in jail by the time you’re 18 years old.” The words went in one ear and out the other, until a moment came when I had the courage to literally look at myself in the mirror. I saw a monster. Depression. Anger. …Read More
November 22, 2016 — by Ryan Estis
“Mom, do I have cancer?” I was waking up from surgery and could feel the effects of the anesthesia but I wanted to know. It was the only thing I wanted to know. “No. You are going to be okay!” She hugged me and I shut my eyes and let the news settle in. It …Read More
November 15, 2016 — by Ryan Estis
Did we get better today? It’s a question I consider every single day. I know that previous success isn’t a very good indicator of future performance. The world is changing too fast. It’s my responsibility to lead us down the dark alleys to see what is on the other side. In his book “Great by …Read More