Have you ever been in the workplace and thought, "I want to be successful and do XYZ, but cannot because of negative self-thought"? Our speaker Mr. Thomas Greek is a Talent Coach at Navy Federal and has helped powerful Executives realize their full potential. Most people do not ever realize their full potential because of negative self-thoughts and thereby never reach for a promotion, never start that small business, or never step across the dance floor to speak to that potential interest. If you want to better yourself and your life, Thomas' talk may be for you.
This forum will help you:
- Recognize if YOU are holding yourself back.
- Recognize negative self-talk.
- Introduce you to different cognitive behavior techniques that can be used at home, with family, and in the workplace.
- Help deal with yourself and thereby deal with others in the office.
This forum is best for:
- Members who are starting a small business.
- Members who work in a small or large office.
Thomas is a wellness enthusiast who is passionate about building better leaders! His purpose is to seek wisdom, share insights, and inspire others. With over 20 years of leadership experience, Thomas strives to be a servant leader, helping other leaders thrive. In addition to directing Learning & Development teams for more than 10 years, he has extensive experience leading a variety of business operations, including Credit Card Lending, Card Fraud Prevention, Collections, Training and Analytics, and more. Thomas is committed to his community and volunteers on several non-profit boards.
Thomas received his coaching certification through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), an ICF-accredited coach training program. He’s successfully helped many leaders create sustainable success in work and in life. Other relevant certifications include:
- Meyers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
- EQ-I 2.0 (Emotional Intelligence)
- Korn Ferry’s 360 Assessment
- Energy Leadership Index
Thomas is a graduate of Navy Federal’s Executive Development Program, in partnership with the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. He is an alumnus of the Leadership Fairfax and Leadership Pensacola programs and studied philosophy at George Mason University.
When he’s not Coaching, you can find him practicing self-discipline through martial arts, playing music on the piano, and enjoying life on the farm with his partner and puppies.
PYP Members: Free
General Admission: $5