We help CEOs and business owners ($2M-$25M) to actually apply business best practices to their specific challenges and opportunities. With our support, business owners create practical strategic plans tied to their business and personal visions, and tactical plans with metrics and accountability to see these plans through to fruition. Addressing these factors taps the potential of businesses so they can grow unhindered.
The on-going, regular nature of our approach focuses executive “sweat, determination and hard work” correctly so that business growth and vision are achieved. Below are several key elements of the services we provide.
1. Advisory board meetings with business leaders from non-competing industries. Advisory board meetings provide a wealth of input, expertise and perspectives for solving business problems and leveraging business opportunities, as well as the accountability to take action, create momentum and get results.
2. Executive coaching with an expert business coach. Executive coaching focuses more deeply on the business challenges and opportunities discussed at advisory board meetings, on the implementation of strategic action plans and on mapping the path forward.
3. Business tools providing cutting edge technology to capture, track and support business vision, planning, strategy, marketing, organizational design, team member accountabilities, business analysis (SWOT), and KPI measures to help assess progress and more.
Larry Rowland brings 45 years of business knowledge and know how to assists privately held businesses in accessing their potential. Larry’s specialties include executive coaching, group facilitation, strategic planning, change management, and team building. He has served hundreds of businesses in Colorado during the last 18 years. As an executive, he was responsible for guiding organizations through significant change in diverse circumstances, ranging from mergers to rapid growth or drastic downsizing. Larry is co-owner of Transition Technologies Team LLC.
Greg Walker was a Senior Vice President of TAB until
Mr. Walker has been a speaker for various sales and training organizations, lecturing before large and small groups on selling, closing skills, motivational techniques
Mr. Walker has also served as a consultant in the areas of CEO leadership, computer equipment selection and specification, database management applications and training of MIS staff.
My biggest financial win so far with TAB is generating over $50K in new revenue from existing clients based on applying wisdom from my fellow board members. What really fires me up though is the greater client impact I've been able to have as a direct result of deepening and expanding these consulting engagements.
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