Gayle Turner is the managing consultant of Catch Your Limit's Richmond office. In addition to being one of the most genuine and fun loving people you will ever meet, Gayle is an experienced consultant, nationally recognized brander, resident film director/producer, actor, our team's all-star petanque competitor, backgammon, cards and chess player, Richmond's most loyal native son, chef, father, grandfather and music lover. And, to add to his long list of things he's passionate about ...we would have to rank facilitation, strategic thinking and idea generation right at the top.
A recognized brand authority in the United States, Gayle is a powerhouse advertising and communication speaker and has been a featured speaker regularly on the subjects of branding, marketing, sales and account service for ADWEEK Conferences. He has consulted with some of the largest ad agencies in the world including Grey Global, Marc USA, Leo Burnett, BBDO, and Foote Cone Belding helping them install new business systems, in many cases providing them with a process for clarifying their own brand and enabling them to strengthen the services they offer. He has been credited with creating ad campaigns that not only built brands and brand equity, but also delivered the highest sale days in the history of the advertisers' existence.
As a senior consultant and facilitator for Catch Your Limit, Gayle guides organizations, from Fortune 500 companies to national associations, to "catch their limit" in areas such as leadership development, creativity, innovation, teaming and positive change.
At Catch Your Limit Consulting we have many different formats and tools for facilitation, strategic planning and idea generation. Some of our favorites include Dr. Edward de Bono's Six Hat Thinking, Lateral Thinking & Focus on Facilitation. Gayle is certified by de Bono Consulting (de Bono's official US certification organization) in all of the above. In addition to using these tools when we facilitate a strategic and/or creative session, Gayle conducts training sessions to certify your team as "Blue Hat Thinkers".