PREMIUM COACH EVENTS

Upcoming Premium Coach Events:

NOVEMBER 7 – NOVEMBER 9, 2019 | CHARLOTTE, NC 

Charlotte, known as the Queen City, is the third largest financial center in the U.S. with easy access from many major cities to the Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

Learn from guest speakers like Joey Coleman, author of Never Lose a Customer Again as he shares key insights into improving the customer experience. 

 

MAY 13 – MAY 16, 2020 | MINNEAPOLIS, MN

CLIENT EVENT: May 13th-14th

COACH EVENT: 15th-16th

Join mid-market organizations and business coaches worldwide to learn more about growing your business. Talk to your coach to get an invitation! 

MARCH 2 – MARCH 4, 2020 | DALLAS, TX

Join our New Coach training group in Dallas, TX and get certified in the Gravitas Impact tools, methodology and IP! 

Learn Selling Skills and Business Development from seasoned coaches and industry experts as you join our Gravitas Impact community. 

 

For more information, or if you’re interested in attending a client event or coach discovery day, email events@gravitasimpact.com!

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