Strategic Advisory

Business Advisory & Consultation

GosSite Strategic Solutions

As your company grows and expands, your vision and strategy should, too. Our experienced consultants can help you develop new structure, procedures, build culture, offer support, guidance, and more.


Mixing Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials into one successful organization can be challenging, but it is possible. Our consultants can help you manage the necessary cultural changes to make your company better.


Mission and vision statements describe the foundation and focus of an organization or business. As the organization or business evolves, you need to incorporate additional elements into your mission or vision statement so that you can build on your present goals while understanding future success milestones.

Vision and mission statements are often used interchangeably, but differences exist. A mission statement describes what an organization or business does and a vision statement describes what an organization or business hopes to achieve as a result of specific actions. Mission statements focus on the present and vision statements look into the future.

Having a mission and vision is important, but your employee culture is the key ingredient in attaining your strategic success.


Generational differences within your company can have a big impact on many aspects of your business. With different generations, come different opinions, and these opinions can influence recruiting, building teams, dealing with change, motivating, managing, and increasing productivity.

Generational differences, relative to how people communicate, can create misunderstandings, employee turnover, difficulty in attracting employees and a lack of employee commitment.

Each generation has distinct attitudes, behaviors, expectations, habits and motivational buttons. Learning how to communicate with the different generations can eliminate many major confrontations and misunderstandings in the workplace for your organization.

Investing energy in your organizations cultural well-being produces employees who are more willing to invest in your company. Creating a sustainable and enjoyable company culture is not only crucial for your employees’ morale, it’s also necessary for attracting new talent and creating business longevity.

So, how is a company culture created, and where do you begin? Contact us today for a free assessment and consultation.


What People Say

I worked under the leadership of Brian while he was in Cincinnati. He has been a crucial part in turning the Cincinnati market around ever since his arrival. I believe I am a much better salesman/manager due to the sales coaching and leadership from Mr. Gossett. I will use much of what I have learned from him in the future.

KEVIN BUSKEN General Manager - AT&T

Brian and I recently worked together on an online website that I was developing and I have to say I was truly impressed with his attention to detail, expertise, and availability during the development of the website.

ROBERT BONDS Vice Chancellor of Online Operations at Daymar College

Brian is a results driven leader. He takes the lead and shows people how to be successful. Brian cares about employees and more than anything else he wants them to be successful, and develop into well rounded business people who can succeed in whatever situation they come across in their professional careers. If you are looking a tremendous leader with the skills to develop people to reach their fullest potential Brian Gossett is the person who you are looking for.

GEORGE DOWNS Sales Manager - Verizon

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