Andrew Greatrex is the President of Greatrex Global Learning LLC in the USA, Global Achievers Company (Australia and NZ) and Thought Leaders Learning (UK). His work includes the founding of workshops based on the world’s top Management thinkers including Motivation and Sales and Drive Workshop. His main work at present is developing a specialist organization designed to implement the elements of NY Times Best Selling Author Daniel H. Pink. Daniel H. Pink. Dan Pink is the author of five provocative books about the changing world of work -- including the long-running New York Times bestsellers, To Sell is Human, A Whole New Mind and Drive. Dan’s books have been translated into 34 languages and have sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. His video’s have been viewed by more than 26 million people world wide.
Daniel Pink specifically selected Andrew Greatrex from Australia to head up the design and delivery of his workshops globally and they work together to implement his award winning work.
Prior to founding Drive Workshop and Global Achievers Company, Andrew was the President Patient Care Services of a tertiary teaching hospital in South Australia responsible for the running of all Patient Care Services including Operating Theatres, Division of Medicine, Out Patients and Accident and Emergency.
On top of these responsibilities he also served on the Board of the College of Health Services Executives, was a Visiting Lecturer at the Charles Sturt University on Health Administration and Founder of the Australia Leaders in Health Trust.
Since 1998, Andrew has toured the world with Thought Leaders from Harvard Business School, London Business School, INSEAD, Stanford and other elite business Authors ad Scholars including Peter Senge, Prof John Kotter, Prof Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Prof Rob Goffee, Prof Manfred Kets De Vries, Prof Gary Hamel, Prof Richard Hames, Prof Chip Heath, Malcolm Gladwell and Daniel Pink. He is an authority on promoting and working with the World’s top business thinkers and is skilled at creating Training and Consulting work on their behalf.
Andrew works with a variety of the world’s best companies including Disney, Novo Nordisk, Capital One, Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, Intel, E-Bay, Pentagon, Disney, US Air Force, NSA, Navy and NSA. He also works closely with Professional Associations including Australian Human Resource Institute, Chartered Institute of Personnel Development, South African Human Resource Society and Governments in Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand, Australia, UK, Europe, USA and Canada. His main goal is to create higher performance for organizations and an engaging and motivating culture for people. He also is responsible for a program with Harvard Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter called Confidence and Prof John Kotter Leading Bold Change.
Under Andrew’s leadership the workshops have been awarded the Most Useful and Innovative product from the World HR Congress. In May 2015 he received an award from the 480 Wing of the US Air Force for Driving Innovation with the squadron of 6,000 people and a $5 billion annual budget.
Andrew has also introduced workshop into countries such as USA, UK, Canada, China, Brazil, Singapore, Philippines, India, Malaysia, NZ, Australia, Guatemala, Mexico, Netherlands, Greece, Austria, Spain, Slovakia, Romania and Estonia and currently introducing the workshops into the UAE, South Africa, Belgium and South Africa.
He has established training and business events for over 40,000 people across the globe and is considered by many as an expert in his field bring together research and theory into something practical for organizations.
Andrew lives with his wife Melanie alternating between three countries including Australia (Adelaide), Miami and London. He and Melanie love travelling the world and follow major league baseball as much as they possibly can and have developed an addiction with the Miami Heat in the NBA. They regularly attend sporting and theatrical events throughout the world when they aren’t sitting on their balcony overlooking Biscayne Bay in Miami or attending to the needs of their grown children.