systems and work processes that allow you to work smarter,
faster and more efficiently--that is, produce more in less
time and under less stress. More importantly, he gives you
back control of your work life. He does this
through speeches, workshops, consulting, executive focus coaching,
e-learning courses and licensing his nationally recognized
organizational system, A Vetter Way®
To Work In The Information Age.
services differ from those of the typical time-management
company. He doesn't fall for the easy answer, but searches
for the motivation behind why people do what they do. Feeling
overwhelmed or out of control, drowning in paperwork and clutter,
and reacting constantly to interruptions are symptoms, not
causes, of deeper psychological issues. By resolving these
issues, people are free to work at their peak capacity.
assisting people in organizing their paper, e-mail and computer
files so they can find information in 5 seconds or less and
teaching them a system of how to work, Greg has created many
other systems and work processes. Space and design layout
for a printing company; streamlining the workflow and storage
system for chemists in a lab for a leading soft drink company;
creating a location shoot work system for a TV producer and
standardizing a company’s entire information system
are a few of the many examples.
of information Greg
brings to you comes from personally working with a wide array
of companies located throughout the United States. From working
with presidents to secretaries, entrepreneurs to Fortune 100
companies, non-profits to government agencies, Greg has collected
a plethora of valuable information. Bottom line, Greg has
in-depth knowledge as to how you can succeed in today’s
reactive, deadline and information filled world.
has helped scores of companies,
including personally coaching more than
150 executives and employees at The Coca-Cola Company®.
A few of the other companies include: AFLAC, American Express
Travel, American Red Cross, Centers for Disease Control, Chick-fil-A,
CIBA Vision, Coopers & Lybrand, Georgia-Pacific, Georgia
Power, Hampton Inn and Suites, IBM, Ketchum, Kimberly-Clark,
Lockheed Aeronautical, Mississippi Power, The Atlanta Bar
Association and the YMCA.
president of Vetter Productivity, an organizational training
and consulting firm founded in Atlanta in 1989 and author
of the book Find It In 5 Seconds.
He has taught courses at and for the Georgia Society of CPAs,
the Georgia Institute of Real Estate and Georgia State University.
Greg is a member of the National Speakers Association, National
Speakers Association Georgia, and the National Association
of Professional Organizers.
studied Industrial Psychology and was graduated from the University
of Dubuque. From boyhood on, he grew up and worked in his
family’s construction business. He worked in various
psychology-related positions before entering the restaurant
industry. He started and operated his own restaurant and catering
business, Treats, in Atlanta. When divestiture occurred in
the telecommunication’s industry in 1984, Greg sold
in the interconnect industry. He then worked as a sales rep
for Cable and Wireless, achieving a #1 ranking in local and
national sales. In less than a year, he was promoted to District
Sales Manager where he developed and ran a $36 million sales
territory. His sales reps were consistently ranked nationally
in the top ten.
has been featured on WSB-TV (ABC) and WGCL’s (CBS) Evening
News, the Business Radio Network, WQXI’s Power Lunch
and interviewed on many other radio stations across the country.
He’s been interviewed by Investor’s Business Daily,
The Boston Globe, Office Solutions Magazine, The Chicago Tribune,
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Business Atlanta, Business
to Business, Home Office Computing, Georgia Trend, Catalyst
Magazine and Competitive Edge. Greg has written
articles for the Atlanta Business
Chronicle, The Daily Report and the Atlanta Small Business