Member Since 2021
Change Ready Leadership
Toronto, Canada Area
Gregg is a sought change and future of work strategist who helps leaders and teams influence, lead and navigate the future of work, strategically and decisively. He has advised and spoken to CEOs & frontline workers, associations, governments, Fortune 500 companies, and leading edge organizations. He's engaged audiences from the UN, NATO, World Bank, the CDC, MGM, AirMiles, Manulife, and the Conference Board of Canada. He also coaches and mentors young entrepreneurs who want to grow and develop their businesses. All are people and organizations that feel passionate about increasing their impact, creating positive change and making a difference in the world. His ideas have been featured nationally and internationally in print, radio and television including Entrepreneur, Thrive Global, CTV's The Social, Global News, The Good Men Project, and numerous HR publications. Gregg’s interactive, customized keynotes combine organizational psychology, behavioral science, change management, and talent development – with a healthy dose of humour – to help you create the best future of work for you and your team. Gregg shows audiences that even in the midst of challenging situations, we can look for the opportunities that are available to serve our organization and the planet. He holds a Master’s degree from the University of Leicester in the UK, with a focus on organizational psychology, leadership and performance, and is an Associate Member of the American Psychological Association.
Actively meeting the needs of employees can inspire respect for leaders while also having a direct impact on the business's bottom line.
Navigating the future of work and building your confidence starts with your mindset.
Actively leaning into feedback from employees can help leaders create workplaces that foster open communication.
A company's core values are the most important part of its culture and ethos. As a leader, it's your job to enforce and live those values every day.
Whether it's an employee, a partner or a potential client, business success depends on nurturing genuine, organic relationships.
Actively connecting with disengaged customers could make all the difference in encouraging repeat business.
Strong leaders project confidence, so it's important to have strategies for building it within yourself.
Employee burnout in times of crisis can be detrimental to a business, and leaders must find a way to motivate their teams to keep going.
An award winner in the fields of leadership and change, Gregg has been helping leaders and teams seize opportunities, create positive change and elevate their effectiveness in the workplace for over 25 years. He is the best selling author of Ready, Set, Change AGAIN! Gregg was part of the ground breaking team that opened the first wave of Starbucks stores in Canada. With a strong interest in creating behaviour change, he then worked with one of the most challenging – and rewarding groups—inmates in federal penitentiaries. Now, as a seasoned speaker, facilitator and consultant, he continues to work with numerous Fortune 500 companies, as well as the public and not-for-profit sectors. To give back to the community, he mentors young entrepreneurs, many who run busy, diversified businesses. Gregg has been featured nationally and internationally in media such as Entrepreneur and Thrive Global; numerous HR publications including People Management UK, IMPA HR, HR Technologist and HR.com. Gregg has been called “The Fixer” by CKNW - I Heart Radio, and has appeared on Global News and CTV’s The Social. Gregg's interactive, fully customized keynotes combine organizational psychology, behavioural science, change management, and talent development to help you create the best future of work for you and your team. I also mentor young entrepreneurs pro bono to help them grow their business - as they are our future.