Greg Bustin isn’t afraid to ask the questions no one else asks. While questions about accountability in the workplace can be like ripping a band-aid off a scab, Greg’s well-honed business acumen and straight-from-the-shoulder candor yield the insights that crystallize issues and clear the path toward meaningful solutions.
Counseling a diverse roster of admired and innovative companies, Greg illuminates what differentiates high-performing organizations from others. Quite simply, it’s the mindset their leaders have about accountability in the workplace. For more than two decades, Greg has been helping CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs and other key executives channel that mindset into their own organizations to overcome the barriers that make accountability an uphill battle.
His real world experiences and fresh insight have inspired four respected books on leadership, including Accountability: The Key to Driving a High-Performance Culture (McGraw-Hill), lauded by Soundview as a “Best Business Book” for leaders who want to harness the secret weapon that drives success.
Since 2005, Greg has been a trusted advisor to CEOs and other key leaders, leading three executive groups and providing one-on-one coaching as a Master Chair for Vistage International, the world’s largest CEO organization.
Today, organizations throughout the world whose leaders are looking for a competitive edge invite Greg to conduct private workshops and deliver thought-provoking keynote addresses on leadership, strategy, conflict resolution and accountability in the workplace.
His views on leadership and accountability in the workplace have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Financial Executive, The Dallas Morning News and other esteemed national and industry publications.
If your organization struggles with accountability in the workplace, invite Greg to help you and your leaders take a fresh look at accountability and achieve more of the performance you want.