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thumb_greg.jpgGreg Welch is a native of Seattle and a graduate of Harvard University. An Affiliate of EMT, he has his own consulting company. He has been providing Consulting and Training Services for over 29 years in the areas of Strategic Planning, Market Planning, Market Research, and Organizational Development.

In the OD Arena, his specialties include culture change, re-engineering, organizational assessment, team building, diversity training, conflict management, negotiation, mediation, and executive coaching.

Greg's Market Planning and Research experience originated at Seattle First National Bank, where he was responsible for Planning & Research. He subsequently co-founded Gilmore Research Group, the Pacific Northwest's largest full-service market research firm. 

His Organizational Development skills were acquired and honed over a decade ago with Sportsmind, a company which pioneered transformational high-performance learning processes. Sportsmind's revolutionary processes were introduced initially with professional athletes and sports teams, then shared with the Special Forces of the United States Army. Subsequently, Sportsmind's processes were offered to major corporations and a broad range of other industry associations and individual companies and organizations.

Greg began offering and providing Executive Coaching Services 11 years ago, and his first Client was the Treasurer for AT&T and his entire Team of Direct Reports. From this initial engagement, Greg has worked with and coached over 300 people from a variety of organizations directly, one-on-one, spanning a spectrum of industries.

His Clients have ranged from First Level Supervisors of Small-to-Medium sized organizations all the way up to Presidents and CEO's of Fortune 500 Companies.

His Client List, in representative samples, includes: American Airlines; The American Consulting Engineers Council; Apple Computer; AT&T; Boeing; Chausee Siding Company; Cole and Weber Advertising; Federal Supply Services; The General Services Administration (GSA); Ford Motor Company; General Foods; H.A. Simons Company; Kenworth Truck Company; Parametrix, Inc.; Seattle Public Utilities; Ski Industries of America; Trammell Crow Company; The United Way; and The U.S. Savings and Loan Association.

 
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