Greg is an engaging and insightful speaker. He presents at conferences and in-house meetings where leadership teams need to be energised. He provides practical, no nonsense guidelines to enhance leadership capability.
Greg works one on one to guide and advise CEOs, MDs and GMs. Leadership starts at the top and strong company cultures depend on the attitude of the leader.
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Greg has developed a range of leadership development programs and presents them to small, medium and large organisations across a broad range of industry sectors.
No nonsense, straight forward, practical. No BS! These are some of the comments Greg gets from his readers. His columns, blogs and book – ‘Road Rules for Leadership’ – get straight to the key points of developing leadership capability.
Recent Blog Posts
The low hanging fruit of leadership
The fruit at the top of the tree just might be the best, but if you can’t reach it, you can’t eat it. Most people know what they should be doing to be a better leader, but they may feel that it’s out…
Change doesn’t have to be scary – just understand it better
Driving change is one of the most important responsibilities of a leader. Yet, in my view, most organisations do change really poorly. Many are confronted by and even scared of change, and as a result…
IKEA’s approach to measuring performance
I love IKEA. I don’t like shopping, but I love IKEA. For me, the most attractive thing about the Swedish furniture and home accessories chain is its focus on simplicity. I did a presentat…
5 Things To Turn Your Bad BUSYNESS Into Good Business
It’s become customary that when someone is asked how they are, the answer comes back something like, “flat out, busy as, out of control” or, as a client recently said to me “I…
THIS IS WHAT IS HOLDING BACK YOUR LEADERSHIP: TIME.
“I’d be a better leader if I just had more time” I have worked with thousands of aspiring leaders; managers that want to be more influential, but don’t have the time to be. It…