Greg Olney is a business and management professional with over 30 years in management of Finance, Operations, Client Service, Project Management, and IT with companies ranging from multi-million dollars to multi-billion dollars. He has consulted with large and small businesses to create new departments, improve service, develop people, and “projectize” organizations.
Greg lives in the Southern California area and utilizes his time with his wife and children while doing volunteer work. He also holds his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the California State University, Long Beach. In the past, he has attained his CPP (Certified Payroll Professional) and insurance licenses. He has expertise in developing people through programs involving Project Management, Leadership, Business Motivation, and industry-centric areas.
He has authored books centered around change management - The Transition Game, Commitment to Change, Why Change Fails, and The Restoration Process. All of these books describe the model he built about the transitional movement from the status quo to each person’s and organization’s commitment to change.
GONATELLE focuses on Needs Assessment and Transition to the next Echelon while understanding Lessons Learned and Executing solutions.
Greg lives out his purpose and has done presentations for people ranging from prisoners to presidents.
Our purpose is to affect change in others so that they can do great things.
The vision of GONATELLE is to create a better tomorrow for businesses and individuals so that they can experience peace of mind while impactful change is being accomplished. Organizations will experience great, defined as “of extraordinary quality, ability, or distinction”, outcomes in their lives and at the workplace.
The mission of GONATELLE is to GO and provide Needs Assessment and Transition to the next Echelon while understanding Lessons Learned and Executing solutions by affecting change in family and business organizations to increase margins, improve net worth, and champion asset growth.
So, where do you start? How do you abruptly shift your financial focus from the here & now to 5 years down the line?
We all know it’s much easier said than done. However, as you give way to the changes that you come face to face with, you’ll often find that challenging your decision-making skills will allow you to achieve greater success and, sustain it.
Accountability has often been referred to as the glue that pieces together commitment & results.
Too often people won’t make commitments at all just so they appear virtuous when they don’t break the commitments that they never made. Integrity is the adherence to those MADE commitments concerning certain principles.
Addressing your expectations with someone who isn’t actively listening is a WASTE OF TIME!
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