C-Change Show- Changing Business Culture for GOOD

S2 E61 - HIGHLIGHT - Greg Galle - CEO Solve Next

July 20, 2023 Maura Barclay, CCMP-NFP Season 2 Episode 61
C-Change Show- Changing Business Culture for GOOD
S2 E61 - HIGHLIGHT - Greg Galle - CEO Solve Next
Show Notes

Most leadership teams are so conditioned to focus on performance, they hinder their ability to change or innovate in a way that would actually drive performance. In this episode, I highlight some key concepts from the amazing conversation I had with Greg Galle  [Original air date July 13th], the founder of Think Wrong.

More about Greg Galle:

Nikolai Gregory Galle has over 30 years of experience thinking wrong about leadership, motivation, coaching, planning, and decision making as well as a broad array of private, public, and civil sector innovation challenges including product, service, process, systems, policy, experience, engagement, talent, professional development, and culture innovation. 
Greg co-founded Solve Next in 2012 and reaches thousands of people per year through client work and invitations to participate in top conferences and events around the world.
Recognizing that the way we are solving problems is broken, he built a first-of-a-kind cloud-based problem-solving system with co-founder Mike Burn that enables individuals and organizations to transform what is and innovate what’s next for themselves, their organizations, their communities, and their countries.
Think Wrong is used around the world across all sectors and society—from global corporations to individuals running local non-profits.
Greg, Mike Burn, and John Beelinberg co-authored Think Wrong: How to Conquer the Status Quo and Do Work That Matters (Visit thinkwrongbook.com for more).
In 2001, Greg co-founded C2 Group, a brand strategy firm, to help leaders from technology start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, and the world’s top business management consulting firms develop, build and protect their brands. 
Greg also serves on the board of Not For Sale, is an advisor to Fuse Corps, and a board member emeritus of Hope Street Group.