About

Greg Allnutt, MNZM started doing this type of work as a way to invest in supporting the growth of businesses and organisations through strategy and leadership.

Greg is a partner at Pivot & Pace, where he has worked with construction, manufacturing, IT, professional services, health, wholesale, automotive, retail and other businesses.  Greg has also worked with NZ Police, Civil Defence, NZ Fire, St John Ambulance, Christchurch City Council, Surfing New Zealand, Prison Chaplains Service, NZTA, Afghan Provincial Police, and the Afghan Provincial Intelligence Agency.

Greg brings his experience as a senior management executive, with over 30 years experience of leading organisations of up to 500 strong, including over 10 years experience & expertise in strategy development and execution to help others develop as leaders and their organisations. This leadership experience is from a combination of the military, public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Notably, his skill in this area was recognised by being appointed as a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2006 New Years Honours.  He is also an experienced in Advisory Boards and governance, and is currently the Board Chair of Surfing New Zealand and the Jani-King Group.

Greg enjoys keeping himself abreast of the latest thinking and research, and bring this combination of knowledge and experience, to challenge the status quo, bring new perspectives, enable strategic and personal insights, and foster strategic action toward high performance.

To compliment his experience, Greg has a Masters Degree in Management, a Post Grad in Business, and a Diploma in Adult Education & Training.  He is a member of the Institute of Directors and is an advocate of continuous learning and development.

Greg has also authored “Keeping the Peace – A Kiwi’s Modern Conflict Experience”.  The book details the leadership, security and environmental challenges he faced serving in Angola, Bougainville, Kuwait, East Timor, Afghanistan and Iraq.

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