SUMMARY | Award-Winning, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Consultant, Facilitator, and Executive Coach Gregg Ward has over 25 years of experience helping industry and government solve their leadership, interpersonal, professional development and organizational culture challenges.
AUTHOR | Gregg is the author of the Amazon Best-Selling book "The Respectful Leader" (Wiley, 2016), selected as an Amazon Editors' Best Book of the Month, and which won a Gold Medal in the 2018 Axiom Business Book Awards "Business Fable" category. He is also the author of "Bad Behavior, People Problems & Sticky Situations: A Toolbook for Managers and Team Leaders."
EXPERT | He is the acknowledged expert in North America and Western Europe in the use of live, professional theater, guided interactive facilitation and experiential learning as training tools on complex workplace issues.
CLIENTS | ADP, Booz Allen Hamilton, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Ericsson Wireless, Ford Motor Company, Harley-Davidson, Intel, InterContinental Hotels Group, Kaiser Permanente, Kraft Foods, QUALCOMM, Siemens, The US Navy and Warner Bros. Studios, among many others.
BACKGROUND | Gregg began his work in the mid-1980s when he was invited to serve as specialist trainer for the New York City Police Department. Since then he has developed and delivered over 2,500 separate keynote speeches, programs and seminars, facilitated scores of strategic planning sessions and offsite meetings, and coached hundreds of senior executives throughout North America and Western Europe.
MEDIA | Gregg is also a frequent guest commentator on radio, television and in print, most recently in Inc., Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, and on Fox News. Gregg is a Board Certified Coach, a Master Certified Executive Coach, and held the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) credential for 10 years. He is also certified in the assessments FIRO-Business, Workplace Big-5, DISC and The Leadership 360.
Learn more at www.GreggWardGroup.com.
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