Greg Verdino helps high performance leaders increase individual and team effectiveness in order to drive measurable business growth.
If you want to transform your business, start by transforming the way you lead your business. Greg partners with entrepreneurs and senior executives committed to maximizing their business effectiveness. Communicate more powerfully and master the art of influence. Inspire deep engagement and accountability among your employees. Build organizational capacity by turning your unique strengths into a catalyst for unprecedented growth.Learn More
Your company’s future depends on how well you turn today’s top performing individuals into tomorrow’s top executives. Identify, assess and grow your next line of leaders. Formulate a viable succession plan by bridging near- and long-term organizational needs with a structured process to design tomorrow’s best team. Support the growth of high potential individuals with personalized skills development and leadership coaching.Learn More
A team is much more than just a group of people who happen to be working on the same thing at the same time. Team coaching focuses on strengthening interpersonal relationships and group dynamics, resulting in a measurable lifts in productivity, collaboration, innovation and accountability (to one another and to the organization). In short, Greg makes team work actually work.Learn More
Smart, forward-thinking strategy is vital for the growth of your business. But flawless execution of that strategy comes only when you’ve aligned your entire team around a clear sense of purpose, a high value set of key priorities, and an actionable plan that is rooted in accountability. Greg helps organizations create a sustainable competitive advantage, accelerate results, and drive positive business transformation.Learn More
- "Greg is an expert strategist, business builder, and respected mentor. His deep cross-channel industry experience and thought leadership helped get us to the negotiating table and close deals. Greg played a key role in building bench strength and helping junior strategists learn and deliver effectively."Peter K / Chief Solutions Architect / Dachis Group
- "Greg knows everything there is to know about where business is headed, and did a fantastic job of delivering interesting, meaningful and - most importantly - actionable information to an already well-informed audience."Len H / CEO & President / ManageCamp, Inc.
- "Greg is an insightful business advisor who helps companies pull together complex information and tactics into a coherent strategy for growth and improved performance. His unique, innovative system combines 'big business' strategies with the agility, creativity, and dynamism of small business."Andrew N / Founder / Center for Executive Coaching
- Jane Q / Chief Client Officer / Converseon
"Greg's coaching is smart, direct in a way that's not insulting, and makes you think through the process in a thoughtful and thorough way. I learned so much about myself, and how I connect with my team and lead in way I would not have been able to if I hadn't worked with him."
- "There are lots of people who can talk about what's 'cool' and what's 'new,' but Greg goes beyond the hype and gives you the nitty-gritty on what it means to you and your business."Ann H / Chief Content Officer / MarketingProfs
- "So many of our attendees tweeted great comments like 'mind blown,' 'awesome,' 'our board needs to hear this,' and 'what an engaging keynote!' We were thrilled to have a speaker of Greg's caliber to be part of our Convention, and I recommend him highly."Robyn V / Convention Chairperson / Ohio Library Council
Latest Blog Posts
As I write this in mid-November, a great majority of organizations are engaged in the curious annual ritual known as “strategic planning” — the often rote process by which forecasts are honed, spreadsheets cells populated, templates turned into documents designed to guide a year’s worth of activity. If this...November 18, 2013
Earlier this week, my friend (OK, Facebook friend — but someone whose work and thinking I admire) Jacob Morgan wrote an interesting post for his future of work Forbes column. Looking at several converging new realities — the shortening of the big company lifespan, the recent and increasingly frequent...November 15, 2013
I first had the opportunity to meet marketing strategist Minter Dial when I was in Paris for a project at L’Oreal – at the time, he was a member of the company’s executive committee responsible for business development and e-business. He and I have remained in contact since, and...November 12, 2013
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” While on paper that may come across as a seamless blend of common sense and senseless platitude, if you ask most seasoned business executives what truly sets their business apart, the team is likely to land near the top...November 7, 2013