Throughout his career, Greg has advised CEOs and key executives at some of the world’s most admired companies.

Throughout his career, Greg has advised CEOs and key executives at some of the world’s most admired companies. Now you can tap into his experience that has been honed as a CEO and through his work today on the front-lines of business. As a sought-after executive coach, keynote speaker, strategic planning advisor and workshop facilitator, Greg’s insights and enthusiasm will inspire you to improve your performance and future.

“We’re Here!” Millennials in the Workplace

June 21st, 2016  |  Published in Accountability

Millennials, Boomers and Workplace Accountability When I’m invited to speak for keynotes and workshops, it’s usually to examine the topic of  workplace accountability. A question I’m asked every time is, “What …

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Is Your Reputation Being Built to Last?

June 6th, 2016  |  Published in Leadership

Mount Rushmore turns 75 this year. As summer arrives and tourists take to the roads, Mount Rushmore will be among the top sites visited. The history and circumstances surrounding this …

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Will Rogers: 100 Years of Laughs

May 24th, 2016  |  Published in Leadership

On the recent occasion of my birthday, a well-wisher sent me 10 thoughts on growing old from American humorist Will Rogers. Will Rogers began building his reputation as a satirist …

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How to Mind The Gap from Business Consultant Greg Bustin

May 3rd, 2016  |  Published in Leadership, Uncategorized

If you live in or have travelled in the United Kingdom, you likely recall being told to “please mind the gap.” This phrase—first introduced in the UK in 1969 and …

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A Backyard Miracle and Three Timeless Lessons for Leaders

April 19th, 2016  |  Published in Leadership

For the past four weeks my wife Janet and I have watched a mother duck sitting on a nest of eggs by our pool. Her infinite patience was rewarded this …

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No Fooling: The Importance of Humor in the Workplace

April 5th, 2016  |  Published in Holiday

Just because April Fool’s Day has come and gone doesn’t mean we should relegate fun, humor and practical jokes to a single day each year. Humor in the workplace has …

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Et Tu, Brute? The Ides of March, Caesar and You

March 15th, 2016  |  Published in Leadership

Today is the Ides of March. In ancient Rome, the day fell on the 15th day of March and was celebrated with religious observances and festivals. The date became notorious …

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What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up? | Your Personal Vision

March 1st, 2016  |  Published in Accountability

One of our most difficult tasks is figuring out a plan to help us get what we want. The most difficult task—by far—is figuring out what we want. What Gives …

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8 Questions to Ask Your Accountability Consultant

February 2nd, 2016  |  Published in Accountability

Accountability issues have been around since Adam and Eve ate the apple in the Garden of Eden. Adam blamed Eve. Eve blamed the snake. Blaming others rarely works as a …

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2015 Accountability Survey Draws International Response

January 12th, 2016  |  Published in Accountability

In the second annual Bustin & Co. Accountability Appraisal, leaders throughout the world voted last month in an accountability survey for the “Best and Worst in Accountability” of 2015. Voting …

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Personal Goal Setting: What Do I Really Want?

January 5th, 2016  |  Published in Strategic Planning

“In all affairs,” wrote British philosopher Bertrand Russell, “it’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted.” Download …

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When No Words Say It Best: Silent Messages

December 29th, 2015  |  Published in Leadership

Human beings crave communication. We want it as affirmation, information, instruction and entertainment. Knowing this, we still miss the mark. We provide too little information. Or too much. We communicate …

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Don’t Be a Grinch | Vote for “Best and Worst in Accountability”

December 21st, 2015  |  Published in Accountability

In the classic Dr. Seuss Christmas story, as the Grinch discovers the true meaning of Christmas “the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day.” So have a heart. Take …

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Vote Now for Best, Worst in Accountability in 2015

December 15th, 2015  |  Published in Accountability

The second annual Bustin & Co. survey to determine the “Best and Worst in Accountability” for 2015 is now open for voting. Vote for one of five companies, organizations or …

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Can I Count on You? Vote for Best, Worst in Accountability – 2015

December 8th, 2015  |  Published in Accountability

Every day, all over the world, people make promises to one another. When a promise is kept, trust is earned. When a promise is broken, trust suffers. A person’s behavior …

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Best and Worst in Accountability: Call for Nominations

December 1st, 2015  |  Published in Accountability

Which were the best companies, organizations or individuals at holding themselves accountable in 2015? The worst? We’ll find out soon. The second annual “Best and Worst in Accountability” survey is …

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Thankful for This Simple Math

November 24th, 2015  |  Published in Holiday, Leadership

Americans celebrate our Thanksgiving holiday in two days. I’m eager to gather with family and enjoy good food and good times. But right now I’ve paused to consider my good …

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A Different da Vinci Code

November 17th, 2015  |  Published in Accountability

Our recent vacation to Italy concluded in Milan with a walking tour of the city that peaked with a viewing of da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.” Da Vinci completed his …

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Inoculate Your Mind: Individual & Organizational Health

November 10th, 2015  |  Published in Organization Health

It’s flu season. Have you gotten your flu shot? Most of us know the idea behind getting a flu shot is to introduce into the body a tiny amount of …

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The Best Job They’ve Ever Had

November 3rd, 2015  |  Published in Leadership

Every organization has certain jobs that must be done and done well for organizational success. Some of these jobs are dirty. Some are difficult. Some jobs might even be dangerous. …

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