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.

How Many Hats?

June 2nd, 2010  |  Published in Leadership, Uncategorized

In the consulting firm I founded and led, we had the privilege of working with leaders at dozens of large, highly respected companies, including Avery Dennison, Burger King, Ericsson, Nextel, …

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Leadership, Berkshire-style

April 26th, 2010  |  Published in Leadership

May 1 is the annual meeting – dubbed Woodstock for Capitalists – for shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway, the company led by Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. The following excerpts from …

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Where Have All the Leaders Gone?

April 6th, 2010  |  Published in Leadership

Just 24 months ago, most companies around the world were having good years. I saw this first-hand as I spoke to groups of executives in the Netherlands, Canada and throughout …

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Seven Words You Can’t Say

March 2nd, 2010  |  Published in Conflict Resolution, Customer Service, Problem Solving

Comedian George Carlin was known for mixing observational humor with larger, social commentary. His groundbreaking 1972 album “Class Clown” featured his most famous monologue, “Seven Words You Can Never Say …

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Leading in The New Normal: How to Be a Good Leader

February 13th, 2010  |  Published in Leadership

Last month, I spoke to six groups of CEOs and their key executives in Atlanta, Georgia, Lexington, Kentucky, Grand Rapids, Michigan and Richmond, Virginia. These leaders are members of Vistage International, …

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Are You Two-Faced?

January 15th, 2010  |  Published in Goal Setting, Organization Health

Happy New Year! The perfect time to examine organizational behavior. You probably know that the Roman god Janus is the origin of the month we call January. And you’re likely …

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