- Looking for Waste in All the Wrong Places: Remember, People ARE the Company!
- How Do Your Employees Talk About Work After Work?
- Are You Hiring Rabbits to Swim and Fish to Run?
- Hiring and development through assessments and organizational integrity.
Specializes in working with the executive team to create organizational integrity, building strong trust and enhanced communications throughout the organization! Retired Air Force fighter pilot who believes that freedom is something to fight for!
Greg Maciolek is focuses on the loss of productivity of workers through their mismanagement by owners and managers. He works with senior executives to ensure organizational alignment and growth, and a culture for excellence. He promotes the use of assessments for the hiring and development of all employees in a company. He tells owners that they are “looking for waste in all the wrong places.” His insights into leadership, management, communications, performance feedback and hiring the right person for the job all combine into making Greg a top consultant to businesses.
Greg is intense while humorous, thought-provoking yet entertaining. His background as an Air Force fighter pilot and commander of both a flying unit and an education center and his civilian work experience with General Motors and Ford Motor Company, and his work with many leading companies lends ample credibility to what he has to say. Greg has a B.S. in Business Administration and a M.S. in Human Resources Development. He speaks from the heart.
Greg’s topics include leadership, communications, performance feedback, motivation in the workplace, hiring and development through assessments and organizational integrity.
Greg’s clients include Scripps Networks (HGTV, Food Network, D-I-Y Network and Fine Living and Shop at Home), Novartis Cibavision , Novartis Medical Nutrition, Novartis Animal Health, TMSi, Inc., Ozburn-Hessey Logistics, LSG Sky Chefs, Image Point, Inc., Air National Guard flying units of the various states, Air National Guard Headquarters in the Pentagon, and NHC Healthcare.
Books by Gregory J. Maciolek