Stanley H. Greene has over 25 years of experience in helping large corporations and small businesses reach their full potential. He has improved operational and financial results for companies in cable TV, telecommunications, TV programming, and the Internet.
In May, 2007, Mr. Greene was appointed President and CEO of Sprinturf, a leading U.S. based artificial turf company. In August, 2010, Mr. Greene facilitated a merger between Sprinturf and its manufacturer, ITS. During his tenure at Sprinturf, Mr.Greene also served as Chairman of the synthetic turf industry's trade association, the Synthetic Turf Council (STC). Prior to his appointment at Sprinturf (2004 to 2007), Mr. Greene consulted a small portfolio of companies, acting as each company’s CEO or senior officer.
Mr. Greene served on the Board of Directors for Sprinturf, the Eastern Technology Council and Public Broadcasting affiliate WHYY in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In the past, he has served on numerous Boards including the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, the Pennsylvania Cable Television Association (PCTA), and the Delaware County (PA) Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Greene is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame of the National Association for Minorities in Cable (NAMIC).
Networking Trainers Article
The Resilience Factor
by Stanley Greene
When struggling with adversity, what enables some business people to snap back while others falter? The answer is resilience, a buzzword in
business these days, often mentioned alongside core leadership qualities such as education, intelligence, analytic ability, and integrity.
Of the four qualities above, two are directly impacted by resilience: analytic ability and integrity. Thirty years of research indicate that more than any
other factor, including intelligence and education, it's resilience that determines success. Steven Covey has shown how essential integrity is to business,
and integrity begins with self-awareness and knowledge of your core values.
Resilience is a vast concept that plays out in all domains of our lives. Research has shown that it is actually made up of seven factors, or inner
strengths—Emotion Regulation, Impulse Control, Causal Analysis, Self-efficacy, Realistic Optimism, Empathy, and Reaching Out... read more