His consulting approach blends systems thinking , leadership development, performance coaching, inclusion, and team building. Gil has worked with Fortune 100 companies as well as small and medium sized organizations including nonprofits in the America’s, Europe, and Asia.
His track record includes enabling companies such as Hewlett Packard, Digital Equipment Corporation, Compaq Computer, Dish Networks, and Ingersoll Rand to make significant improvements in operational effectiveness and employee satisfaction.
Gil’s core competencies include organizational assessment and design, transformation, breakthrough performance improvement, systemic thinking, change leadership, team development, leadership development, culture change, group facilitation, strategic planning, executive coaching, and human resources.
Gil has done extensive work with nonprofits as a volunteer, board member and board president. He has served Friendship Bridge, a micro loan nonprofit in Guatemala; the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs; Denver Metro Volunteers; and the South Sudanese Orphanage Foundation. In addition, he has been a board member and board president for One Lincoln Park.
Gil holds BA and MBA degrees from Washington University in St Louis.