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Gregg Gregory

Gregg Gregory, CSP

With more than 1,500 speaking events under his belt, Gregg Gregory is the team-building mastermind America needs today.

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  • $7,500 - $10,000
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  • Leadership
  • Productivity
  • Teamwork/Teambuilding
  • Time Management
  • About

    With more than 1,500 keynotes, breakout sessions and training workshops under his belt, Gregg Gregory is the teambuilding mastermind America needs today. A Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) with more than 25 years working at all levels within in corporate America, Gregg’s experience goes beyond expectations. His expertise and articles have appeared in 100s of business and trade publications, including and Boardroom Magazine, as well as appearing on Blog Talk Radio.

    His client list of over 400 companies, non-profit associations, and government agencies includes New York Life Insurance, the Defense Logistics Agency, and the Club Managers Association of America, as well as over 300 of the Fortune 500 companies.

    He launched his speaking career in 1996 after more than 20 successful years working and managing in real estate, mortgage banking, event planning and production, as well as radio and television broadcasting.

    In his position as an Assistant Vice President of a national mortgage company, Gregg built and led a loan origination team, taking them from 40 million to 80 million dollars in annual production in just under two years. In the event planning industry, Gregg produced and/or directed over 250 local, state, national, and international events. Finally, as an onair radio and television personality in the Washington D.C. market, Gregg delivered thousands of rush-hour traffic reports. He is the only person to deliver these reports onevery radio frequency and television station in this Top 10 media market.

    Gregg received his Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation in 2004. This is the speaking profession’s international measure of professional platform skill, and is deemed the highest earned designation conferred by the National Speakers Association (NSA) and the International Federation of Professional Speakers (IFPS). Gregg has also worked within the NSA and is a past president of the National Speakers Association, Washington D.C. chapter.

    As a native of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area, and married for more than 25 years, Gregg has acted as a Big Brother, Director of Youth Activities at his local church, as well as coached little league baseball. He also volunteers within local community organizations, including the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Annapolis Maritime Museum. He is currently the Program Manager and Director of Tours for Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse; a national historic landmark located on the Chesapeake Bay and still utilized as an active aid to navigation for mariners.

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    Is your organization’s help desk referred to as ‘the helpless desk?’ Are your employees boosting the bottom line or simply draining the budget? How well do your employees serve your clients, team members, and partners? Are they going above and beyond or doing just enough to earn a paycheck?

    Top-notch service is each employee’s responsibility — regardless of position, title, or tenure. What image describes your team and the service it provides? Is it a world-champion? Perhaps a vulture or scavenger? Or, most likely, something in between? A weak image increases customer anxiety, frustration, and distrust of the team or organization. Internally, that same weak image generates uninspired collaboration, poor communication, and low morale amongst members, colleagues, and management.

    Conversely, a strong image presents a confident, competent, and secure team. Think of precision drill teams. They are made of individuals who perform flawlessly, creating a stunning presentation, resulting in a breathtaking team image.

    Gregg’s keynote, Team-Based Service, illustrates the necessity of a powerful, positive, and unified team image. Molding, meeting, and exceeding customer and peer expectations easily fortifies this image. Attendees discover why working collectively as a team delivers a heightened degree of service, winning customers and fans — and ultimately enhances reputations for the department, division, and organization.


    • How to create a culture of team-based service providers
    • The importance of developing the right image
    • How to improve your P/E (performance / expectation) ratio
    • Why teamwork, combined with individual performance, wins every time
    • How teams can manage customer expectations better than individuals
    • Why a strong, powerful, and positive team image can develop lifelong customers and spokespersons

    This high-energy, inspirational, and entertaining keynote helps design the teams you need to produce the results that you want. With Gregg’s concepts instilled, the team attains greater focus, enhanced cooperation, increased customer satisfaction, and ultimately, greater productivity. Team-Based Service inspires with anecdotes, powerful stories, and real-life examples of how to strengthen the team’s image and build trust and collaboration with internal and external customers.


    How much does employee turnover cost your organization? Studies by American Management Association report, depending on industry and job level, employee turnover can cost between 25 and 250 percent of annual salary per exiting employee. Here’s some quick math: At a $100,000 salary, an employee leaving your company may cost you upward of $250,000  That’s not just to advertise, interview, hire, and train a new employee, but think less obvious: a loss in productivity, specialized knowledge, contacts, clients, and potentially a diminished workforce.

    Bottom line  Employee turnover is toxic. So, how can it be minimized? It all comes down to one factor: trust, or lack there of it. The truth is, turnover is just a symptom. A lack of productivity and communication, inability to deal with change, negativity, an avoidance of accountability  they are all symptoms stemming from a lack of trust. Negativity in itself is a cancer that obliterates a team’s morale, wounds crucial relationships, and causes detriment to the culture of the entire organization. Addressing the symptoms is merely a short-term solution. The underlying condition, a lack of trust in this case, must be treated to reap the benefits of a productive, collaborative workforce. Ultimately teamwork makes the dream work.

    The People Personalities and the Plague keynote weeds out negativity, builds trust and alliances across department lines and creates a positive culture by addressing the following key concepts:


    • The importance of creating core value basics
    • The necessity of breaking the stovepipes, silos and buckets that exist today
    • How to apply the age-old navigational concept of TVMDC
    • The positive impact of team chemistry
    • How trust can affect the team’s culture
    • The importance of mutual accountability

    Gregg’s captivating, high-energy keynote helps design the collaborative teams you need to produce the results you want. With Gregg’s concepts in place, the organization prospers with a stronger team culture, a more highly energized workforce, compatibility across team lines, and greater profitability. Through anecdotes, inspiration and real-life narrative, People Personalities and the Plague is designed to recharge the batteries within your organization, build trust and morale and create a culture where everyone plays nicely in the sandbox.


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    “The presentations you have delivered have been met with outstanding reviews. Your many ideas on creative leadership not only got our team focused, it also recharged the batteries of everyone.”

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    “Gregg’s high energy level and vibrant personality made our class enjoyable and fun to learn. He put his students at ease and made us feel comfortable about learning. Gregg showed us many different ways to save time, organize our time and space, and how to effectively manage our e-mail. Gregg explained how all of these methods could be applied to your professional and personal life. Gregg made a huge difference in our lives that day and for many days to come.”

    ADP Maria R.
The presentations you have delivered have been met with outstanding reviews. Your many ideas on creative leadership not only got our team focused, it also recharged the batteries of everyone.