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Building Your Talent Bench With Coach Tim Wiley

Since we’re in the midst of the annual planning season, now would be a great time to explore the topic of talent development – starting with the talent bench. To assist us with this conversation, we reached out to coach Tim Wiley. Aside from being a Gravitas Impact...

Mastering Your Annual Planning Meetings

In our last blog, we discussed finding the “why” when it comes to annual planning. If you haven’t read it yet, do check the actionable insights for coaches and business leaders alike. Keeping our attention on annual planning, let’s take a look at meeting efficiency –...

Annual Planning and Finding Your “Why”

It’s that magical time of year when big box stores jump straight from Halloween into the holiday season, signaling the rapidly approaching end of the year. For most people, this is the time to start planning for the holidays – whether it’s shopping, traveling, or...

How to Manage & Optimize Productivity

Is your team truly productive or just busy? Is every member making the most of their time on the clock and delivering results? Is the labor of your workforce actually pushing the company forward! Let’s explore some ways leaders can help employees stay motivated and...

Three Strategies for Hiring the Best Talent

Choosing the right people for your team, especially your leadership team, is absolutely critical to the success of your company. However , building a strong band of problem solvers, critical thinkers, decision makers, and creators who align with, and can execute on,...

The Three Red Flags of Leadership

As a leader in your business or organization, it’s your job to identify the roadblocks to success and then blow them up. But how adept are you at recognizing internal problems within your leadership team, or even within yourself? Let’s explore three potential issues...

There Is Great Value In Simplicity

If you’ve ever seen an episode of Kitchen Nightmares with Gordon Ramsey, then you know that one of the first things he does when helping a failing restaurant is reduce and simplify the menu. Why? Because at the end of the day, you don’t need flashy plates, giant...

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