iMavens mission is to help companies big and small find focus and improve their results through improving their supervisors effectiveness, so they can reach the highest level!

The word "Mavens" means in part someone who gathers vital information and wilfully shares it with others. Actually we "delight" in sharing information with others. It is nice to get paid but that is not why iMavens was started or exist. In order to communicate iMavens' message you have to start with the "Why" and then answer the "How" and then explain the "What" of any company. It is an inside out approach versus outside in. For example, most companies communicate in the reverse i.e. they tell you "what" they do, fewer tell you "how" they do and fewer still never get around to telling you "Why" they exist. A company's main goal can't be to just make money because companies with only that goal don't have any real staying power.

"Why" iMavens exist "How" we do it and "What " we do.

Why: iMavens exist to give first line and middle managers the most up to date requisite and vital information and skills necessary to be the best managers//leaders possible. "People don't quit companies they quit their supervisors"
How: Through motivational, engaging and interactive adult learning sessions critical the requisite skills and knowledge to be a highly successful supervisor are demonstrated reviewed and learned. Practical exercises are utilized as well to further enhance the learning experience
What: iMavens teaches the three key elements of successful managers/leaders:
             How to engage people and how to build high performance teams
             Knowing your companies operating "systems" and how to systematically improve those processes
             Developing your own leadership skill and those within the company



Six Sigma Black Belt

     Six Sigma Black Belts organize, coordinate, and lead process improvement projects in conformance with the Six Sigma's Design, Measure, Analyze, Implement and Control (DMAIC) standards. Six Sigma Black Belts perform project management-related tasks, such as converting broad generalizations into actionable goals, developing detailed plans for achieving project goals, and measuring and reporting progress toward goals to customers and leaders. They apply proven program management techniques to ensure on-time, high-quality delivery of products, processes, and services.


Gary at Work

Gary Pool travels around the world to bring his teaching and coaching technique to those individuals and companies who have the desire to elevate their postion or companies to the next level..