How will Greg help to drive engagement and performance within your team?
In 1996 Team GB won a solitary gold medal in Atlanta and Greg was personally disappointed to come away with bronze. In 2012 Team GB's remarkable medal haul included 29 golds and, as an older and wiser athlete, Greg had a unique insight into how a shift in team culture had brought about this transformation.
After a planning consultation, Greg will create a bespoke programme for your team based around the lessons he has learned through his Olympic experiences. He will work with you on establishing personal and team goals that align with your organisation's vision.
Greg understands the importance of finding a balance between support and challenge. As they prepared for London 2012, the men's eight Greg was rowing in agreed a team charter of ‘Gold Medal Behaviour’ and he will share this as he helps to drive engagement and performance within your team.
“I worked with Greg on a number of team builds and coaching activities. For someone who has achieved so much, Greg’s natural modesty and humility allow him to interact well at all levels and get the best out of the groups and teams he is dealing with. Greg's got some great experiences that correlate well with the challenges many leaders face, dealing with adversity, sustaining performance and building great teams. Greg can illuminate these subjects and challenge the audience to firstly reflect and then create change options for the future in a very motivating way.”
David Kennell, Head of Organisational Capability - Nestle UK
“Greg did a great job of influencing key stakeholders to develop the Lead2Win program at Nestle UK and Ireland. He provided a great vision of where Nestle could be and gave the appropriate level of support and challenge to achieve this. He wasn’t afraid to ensure we drove real behavioural change and was prepared to innovate and develop in order to give the best result for all those involved in the program.”
Stephen Battalia, Head of Team HR – Nestle UK