I am an entrepreneur at heart
I launched Bryson Trails in 2005. I enjoy working with small, entrepreneurial, and mid-market companies. I value people and relationships and believe we accomplish great things when we collaborate with others. Trust and honesty must form the basis of everything we do whether personal or business. People and relationships are the foundation of any success, and I have seen this play out in business over and over again! Before pursuing my passion and starting Bryson Trails, I was a business person and a senior executive in the telecom industry.
More about Bryson Trails
I have a deep appreciation for being out-of-doors and love hiking. This inspired me to name my company, Bryson Trails. Taking the time to plan – both on the trail and in business – is the only way to be certain you will complete any given journey, and be successful in achieving your goals.
Bryson Trails is a strategic advisory firm that focuses on strategic execution and people. In order to grow an organization and outperform your competition, you must have a sound strategy and the right people to implement it. I feel my focus on leadership development and organizational health along with a solid process for strategic implementation sets me apart from my competitors. Over the last 15+ years, working across a myriad of industries, I have learned that having a healthy team is critical for success. There is an economic benefit to working on the healthy side of business.
I have walked in your shoes. I have experienced many of the challenges and pitfalls you are facing. I’ve worked in small and large for-profit companies, non-profits, governmental and quasi-governmental agencies, and have launched two start-ups. I have been a CEO and held numerous senior leadership positions before starting my own company. I bring real-world experience to the table. I am passionate about business and people. I am dedicated to your success!
When you work with me, you can expect the following:
- Improved performance
- Stronger results
- Greater accountability
- A healthier culture
- Facilitation of difficult, but necessary conversations
- Improved communication across the organization
- Willingness to confront “the elephant in the room”
- Probing questions
- Listening to understand