The study and application of leadership has been Greg's focus throughout his career. He has applied leadership principles in starting three companies, training multiple teams, and organizing several community-focused missions. Greg received a Doctoral degree in leadership and communication, and in 1997 he was introduced to coaching. Greg immediately saw the potential of coaching to develop leaders and teams. Schaller International LLC started in Dubai in 2016 and now operates internationally from Los Angeles.
Greg knows from experience that leadership is almost magical when trust is high and your team is in the flow. He also knows about the mess in the middle and how leaders and teams need phycological safety and neutrality to talk things out. It's easy for teams to get off purpose. Greg's coaching approach creates the pathway to higher performance and value creation. Uniquely, Greg closes the engagement by providing key transfer skills to help the team maintain their momentum and sustain their results.
Greg's father taught him to use foresight, to always "look beyond," and his mother showed him the value of building strong relationships. These interdependent life skills have helped Greg build a leadership practice that impacts the head and the heart. Greg has found coaching as the best method for results and growth for the leaders and teams he serves.
Greg is a master leadership and team coach. He holds coaching credentials with the International Coaching Federation and the Global Team Coaching Institute.
Schaller International coaches leaders in the Middle East, Europe, Japan, South America and the United States.
Teri Johnson, Executive Coach, Team Coach and Workplace Consultant, has been serving senior leaders and their teams for over twenty years. Although most of her clients have come from the high tech sector, Teri has also worked with clients in healthcare, finance, city and federal governments. A partial client list includes Microsoft, IBM, Nintendo, City of Redmond, City of Seattle, Boeing, Comp USA, US Department of Energy, HealthPartners, Gardant Management Solutions, and others.
Teri has been part of the coaching faculty for the Leadership Development at Duke University, and was on faculty and mentor coach for People Acuity, a coach training and development company, based in Minneapolis.
Teri’s coaching certifications include a P.C.C. from the ICF, Global Systemic Team Coach (GTCI), Strength Strategies Certified Coach (SSCC) and Certified People Acuity Coach (CPAC) from People Acuity.
Teri hosts a weekly podcast for managers called ManagerMondays, and is the author of numerous articles and the 2020 book, Unleash Your Potential with 25 Self-Coaching Tips. She is a popular speaker and workshop leader.
Bonnie Schaller is Greg’s wife and an HR Leader. She worked as director of talent management at Nordstrom corporate, VP of HR at The Altire Group in Dubai, and Currently as a director of talent management at a space company in LA. Bonnie is certified to delivery the the Korn Kerry assessments and also specializes in coaching executive leaders.
She holds a masters degree in Phycological Counseling from the University on Notre Dame. She balances emotional intelligence with a strong drive for implementation and results.
Schaller International holds 40 years of experience working with team leaders and entire teams.
Dr. Schaller is a credentialed coach with the The International Coaching Federation and a credentialed team coach with The Global Team Coaching Institute.
The way people lead is changing. The movement is from a single team leader to shared team leadership.
Deepen team awareness. Convey empathy. Clarity purpose. Engage stakeholders. Results in significant performance and revenue achievement.
In a coaching relationship clients clarify their leadership purpose, engage stakeholders, discover new perspectives, take impactful action steps and celebrate wins.
Empower Teams via team coaching to identify - form a purpose, engage stakeholders, co-diagnose situation, co-create path forward, celebrate wins, and gain how the team can coach itself.