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About Timely Leadership - Paul Greasley, Ph.D.
Paul Greasley, Ph.D.
Founder & President

Timely Leadership Consulting was founded by Paul Greasley after he completed a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.  Prior to that, he enjoyed a very successful 35 year aerospace engineering career that spanned the US and took him to many international locations.  


His experience and expertise in the following areas well qualifies him to partner with individual leaders and their organizations as a value-added consultant.

Time-Tested Successful Experience



Paul has many years of experience nurturing and guiding organizations to achieve successful results.


He knows how to build a strong company culture, train key leaders, implement necessary changes, and facilitate creativity and innovation.



Paul has decades of experience as a change agent within complex matrix organizations.


He uses a systems engineering approach to implement effective processes, understands multicultural influences, and values human resource diversity.


Paul excels at building relationships with others. 


His experience as an engineering manager in a high pressure work environment enables clear communication skills, the ability to positively influence others, and quickly solve complex problems.



Paul has extensive experience leading and working with volunteer groups.


He understands the different motives of volunteers, knows how to sustain volunteer efforts over time, and uses creative methods to develop volunteer leaders.

“People who have expertise just love to share it.  That’s human nature."

-David Baldacci   

Demonstrated Expertise

Expertise Quad


Using 1-on-1 mentoring to:

  • Appreciate your current successes

  • Understand your personality preferences

  • Define your leadership style

  • Strategize an ongoing enrichment program



Using systems level thinking to:

  • Map effectiveness of existing processes

  • Develop successful organizational habits

  • Get buy-in for essential changes

  • Create a program for sustaining success




Using descriptive and inferential statistics to:

  • Look at existing patterns and trends

  • Decide what is important to know about

  • Measure and make sense of essential data

  • Enact ongoing feedback for continuous learning




Using interactive group exercises to:

  • Recognize individual contributions

  • Add value every day in the workplace

  • Understand why and how teams function best

  • Develop a program for ongoing contribution

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