Greg Smith was born into an entrepreneurial family in Youngstown, Ohio, and learned about workplace dynamics from his grandfather and father as they led Compco Industries, the family business they founded in 1954. Greg currently serves as chairman of the board at Compco. In addition to leading his family business, Greg is a sought-after speaker, storyteller, author, and leadership consultant. Greg lives life with a specific purpose: to be a catalyst for transformation, so that we challenge ourselves—both individually and collectively—to connect, advance, and grow into the extraordinary. To serve this purpose, Greg has become an expert in guiding people toward discovering their untapped talents and has been a certified assessment analyst with three major, worldwide organizations for the past 20 years. His work directly helps companies become more productive while developing highly engaged workplace cultures. He also trains clients for excellence in public speaking. Greg earned an MBA in Executive Leadership from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and attended Regent University as a doctoral student. He has held leadership positions with several community organizations including the Masons, Rotary, and Toastmasters. Outside of his professional pursuits, Greg serves on the board of directors for the Bruce Lee Foundation and is a sixth-degree black belt in Kempo Martial Arts. Please visit www.gregsmithleadership.com for more information.