GREG INSPIRES a clear course of action.

Not every leadership speaker can deliver the rare insights or “ah-ha” moments that crystallize issues, foster understanding, and inspire a clear course of action. Greg does. Through an entertaining and informative mix of real-world anecdotes, compelling case studies, enthusiasm and wit, Greg galvanizes audiences by providing a path to clarity. As he tells his audiences, “Clarity creates confidence—in decision-making and in turning tough conversations into coaching conversations.”

Whether you are looking for a leadership speaker who can deliver a thought-provoking keynote address, a facilitator to conduct highly interactive breakout sessions at your next leadership development conference, or someone to reenergize your key staff at a management offsite, Greg delivers fresh, relevant content that keeps audiences engaged and learning. With practical how-to insights, his addresses deliver immediate and long-lasting value.

You can request one of Greg’s popular leadership development addresses or request that he tailor his content to pressing issues that are top-of-mind within your organization. He is happy to accommodate your request.

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

Greg delivers engaging 60- and 90-minute keynote addresses focused on leadership development, accountability and other business relevant topics, including:

Accountability: The Key to a High-Performance Culture

If It’s Not Broken, Break It and Fix It

There’s Always  Room for Growth

The Three Truths: Resolving Conflict & Creating Healthy Relationships

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Greg brings energy and enthusiasm to one- and two-hour breakout sessions designed to explore leadership development, accountability, strategic planning and other business-critical topics.

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

Greg Bustin’s Upcoming Speaking Engagements

 

Date Location Type
March 15, 2016 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Workshop
March 29, 2016 Houston, TX Workshop
April 12, 2016 Little Rock, AR Workshop
April 21, 2016 Alexandra, LA Workshop
May 20, 2016 Denton, TX Conference
June 14, 2016 Toronto, Canada Workshop
June 14, 2016 Toronto, Canada Workshop
June 15, 2016 Toronto, Canada Workshop
June 21, 2016 Cincinnati, OH Workshop
June 22, 2016 Mason, OH Workshop
June 22, 2016 Cincinnati, OH Workshop
June 23, 2016 Cincinnati, OH Workshop
June 12, 2016 San Clemente, CA Workshop
June 13, 2016 San Clemente, CA Workshop
June 14, 2016 San Clemente, CA Workshop
June 27, 2016 Allentown, PA Workshop
June 28, 2016 Allentown, PA Workshop
August 23, 2016 Milwaukee, WI Workshop
August 24, 2016 Milwaukee, WI Workshop
August 25, 2016 Milwaukee, WI Workshop
October 11, 2016 Fort Worth, TX Workshop
October 27, 2016 Fort Worth, TX Conference
November 15, 2016 San Diego, CA Workshop
November 16, 2016 San Diego, CA Workshop
November 17, 2016 San Diego, CA Workshop

 

Energize your team with leadership workshops that provide valuable insights, practical tools, and techniques that improve business performance. As an accomplished facilitator, Greg Bustin has helped esteemed companies overcome the obstacles that stifle potential and allow them to move forward with confidence and conviction. What separates over-performers from under-achievers? Why is nurturing tough love so tough? How can companies generate new growth? Greg engages executives as well as front line troops with his highly interactive half-day, one-day and two-day leadership workshops. Each blends real world experiences, relevant case studies and practical approaches that deliver immediate and long-term value.

 

LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS

 

Accountability: The Key to Driving a High-Performance Culture

Companies like Container Store, Ernst & Young, Marriott and Southwest Airlines know a culture where accountability matters separates over-performers from underachievers. Greg knows because he has interviewed leaders at these and other highly respected companies to gain insights into the role accountability plays in driving performance. Yet when Greg surveyed more than 5,000 executives, they said “lack of accountability” is the single greatest barrier to achieving the results they expect. This popular leadership workshop helps attendees learn how to build, nurture and sustain accountability through the Seven Pillars of Accountability™.

If It’s Not Broken, Break It, Then Fix It

Who’s your competition? It may not be who you think it is. Exceptional leaders identify and calculate the impact of potential threats to their organization’s sustainable performance—no matter how seemingly insignificant. Greg argues that even if your organization isn’t broken, you should consider breaking it and then fixing it—before you’re forced to do so. This leadership workshop helps executives assess their appetite for change, identify seven factors that threaten organizational performance, and connect the dots that drive future success. The workshop abandons predictable territory while offering proven, practical insights, exercises and tools to open minds and prepare leaders for the next big thing.

Lead the Way

Successful companies win because their employees are united in a common purpose. Yet each year, hundreds of companies fail to achieve their objectives because they fail to plan. Many small- and mid-sized companies don’t plan at all. Other companies mistake budgeting for planning. Planning is a waste of time when leaders don’t trust one another enough to discuss the meaty issues strangling performance. Plans fail when commitment is lukewarm. CEOs say, “Give me a fast, simple process my team will believe in and that will produce bottom-line results.” Greg delivers in this highly-interactive leadership workshop. Leaders learn how to: build agreement on priorities that create the most significant positive impact; develop a concise, simple plan that produces results; achieve buy-in from every employee; and drive performance and accountability with easy-to-use models for monitoring and measuring performance.

Three Truths: Resolving Conflict & Creating Happy Relationships

“There are three truths: my truth, your truth and the truth.” This Chinese proverb explains why clear communication is so elusive. When things don’t go as planned, a breakdown in communications is usually the reason. Intellectually, we know that a problem cannot be fixed until it is exposed, discussed, and acted upon. Yet, we often avoid, ignore or even enable under-performers, hoping the situation will improve. Greg shows leaders how to break down barriers that stymie productive communication between offices, departments and individuals as they pursue a common goal. During this half-day or one-day workshop designed for eight to 30 participants, executives learn how to: understand the seven levels of truth; turn conflict into collaboration; address the four fatal fears that stifle personal and organizational growth; apply proven conflict management principles and effective problem-solving processes.

Executive Accountability Workshop

“Bustin helps leaders recognize one of the most powerful yet underutilized tools available today in business and life…asking great questions.”

– Rob Grand-Lienard, CEO, Special Products & Mfg., Inc.

“We’ve worked with Greg on a number of occasions, and he always delivers meaningful content in a positive style that engages our team to think differently about the value we deliver to ourcustomers.”

-Ray Napolitan, Executive Vice President, Nucor Corporation

“Greg helped our Board gain consensus on the future and move forward with a great sense of accomplishment.” 

– Patricia Dameron, Executive Director, PRSM Association

“Greg was our keynote speaker for our Leadership Summit in Amsterdam. His cutting-edge presentation provided lots of practical checklists. Feedback was very positive. I confidently advise organizations looking for the ‘latest in Leadership’ to secure Greg for their program.”

-Hans Poortvliet, Managing Director, HSMAI, The Netherlands

“Greg’s accountability workshop with 35 of our leaders provided a great kick-off to new initiatives we’d been discussing for some time.  His workshop was incredibly well-received by our leaders, and helped break down silos between departments and prompt meaningful conversations about performance, metrics and rewards.  We’re bringing Greg back for round two in a few months.”

-Hank Miltenberger, President and CEO, Gilsbar, New Orleans, LA

“Driving accountability consistently through an organisation is an obvious way to drive performance—yet is remarkably uncommon.  Greg managed to put over a straightforward and clear approach to driving accountability in an engaging way.”

-Andy Start, Managing Director, Inmarsat, London, England