As the owner of Greenidge Consulting, Pauline Greenidge is an expert who specializes in managing corporate disruption. Pauline is the author of her recent book entitled “A Grand Dinner Party” Setting the Table for Employee Engagement Through Mergers and Acquisitions and also a gifted professional speaker. Pauline has been privileged to work across several industries including education, professional services, manufacturing and oil and gas.
Due to an ever-changing global economy, mergers, acquisitions and divestures are occurring frequently and research shows that 70% of them fail. Pauline helps business owners and executives navigate and manage the disruption these large-scale change events cause within their employee base. She brings outside expert objectivity to help executives and business owners maintain employee engagement and execution on critical business goals and objectives. The result is measurable increased performance.
Pauline brings over 15 years of corporate experience working with all levels of management including playing an instrumental role in employee engagement during the one of the largest energy mergers in Canadian history. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Lethbridge and is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources designation from the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of Alberta.
Pauline believes that the most important factor in building any successful business is determining the corporate values that employees can respect and ultimately live those values.
Living your corporate values is a success factor for your business. Pauline’s clients say the professional values she’s known for are:
Acting with Integrity
Doing the right things, the right way.
Being Graciously Bold
Saying what you mean and meaning what you say counts.
Not afraid to call things out – both good and not so good.
Nurturing Respectful Relationships
Build and maintain meaningful relationships with people of character that last for years.
Listens with intention and respects confidentiality.