Executive Leadership Coach
Everyone gets stuck sometimes and can use help moving forward in their careers, business, and life. Greg is passionate about transformational leadership. He gets energized when he can support someone from a breakdown to a breakthrough, and help them see something they did not see before, or do something they thought they couldn’t do.
Greg works with business professionals and Executives to help them see their greatness and transform into great leaders who get results.
With over 20 years of executive leadership experience, Greg has played integral roles in building and sustaining high-performance teams with national retail giants PetSmart, Starbucks and Golf Town. He has a strategic mindset for developing teams and organizations, and extensive sales systems expertise.
Greg is committed to building solid partnerships with clients to ensure the right business challenges are being addressed to ensure that that the company and its leaders can drive change, and maximize growth and profitability. Leadership development is critical if companies truly desire to grow in today’s competitive marketplace, and successful companies grow because they focus on growing their leaders.
As a coach, Greg works with his clients to help them realize their leadership capabilities and show them how they can achieve results by strengthening their leadership capabilities and heightening awareness around behaviors and habits that are restricting them from reaching their full potential.
Greg is a graduate of Fleming College’s Business and Hospitality program. When not working, Greg enjoys golfing, running, playing basketball and spending time with his wife and his twin boys. This year Greg is focussing his volunteering efforts on coaching a senior boys’ High School basketball team.
Specialities: sales process and training expert, customer service strategy, high-performance team development
Business Philosophy: Anything is possible when your people, processes, and systems all align.
Coaching Approach: Ontological Coaching explores one’s way of being, as a means of producing fundamental shifts in action and results through creating new openings in observing and listening.
“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” – Michael Jordan
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