About

Greg Enos helps people increase their productivity.

He has facilitated productivity workshops over the past four decades in financial services, healthcare, high technology, manufacturing, and public sector organizations. Time Communications Associates, his consulting practice, improves individual and team productivity.

Greg has learned from managing a wide range of organizational development, change, career development, leadership, technical training and communications programs. His highly interactive style of facilitation has been effective in developing thousands of professionals.

He is the author of the Increasing Personal Productivity, Sharpening Your Listening Skills and Investing Time Wisely training programs.

Greg has served as president of the American Society for Training and Development (Bay Colonies Chapter), is past president of Projects With Industry, Inc., and is a co-founder of the Diversity Working Group. He has taught at Boston College, Brown University, Simmons College, the University of Rhode Island, and Roger Williams University. 

He promotes listening as a critical skill, is a Certified Listening Professional and has served on the International Listening Association executive board.

The University of Southern California (MSEd) and Rochester Institute of Technology (BS) graduate has been active in the Senior Training Directors organization, participated in the Rhode Island Area Coalition for Excellence, and has contributed to numerous learning and development initiatives.

Honors include the Listening in the Business Sector Award (International Listening Association), Award of Excellence for Total Communications Programs (International Business Communicators), the Therese Strik Volunteer Award (American Society for Training and Development) and multiple Author’s Awards (Raytheon Company).

He has an extensive background as a speaker, writer, editor, and photojournalist.

Greg has made presentations at national conferences on organizational development, total quality, and communications issues. His publications design work has earned national recognition. Articles and photographs have been published in both North America and Europe.

Coping with Information Overload is his current research project. It deals with multi-tasking, brain function, distractions and interruption science.