As a member of the National Speakers Association Michael Gregory provides
dynamic, energetic presentations and services to clients as a consultant. Topics
- conflict resolution issues,
- mediation and negotiation skills
- leadership and opportunity,
- diversity and communiction,
- as well as technical topics related to tax issues.
With a background in tax (28 years at the IRS at all levels) and
management (25 years at all levels) Mike is poised to effectively work with you
to address your needs.
Since joining the private sector nearly 5years ago Mike has:
- written 10 books,
- developed 14 videos
- written 18 articles
- served hundreds of clients
- and averages between 40 - 50 presentations a year
While continuing to service clients with their:
- negotiation and/or
- leadership needs.
As the Chief Manager of Michael Gregory Consulting, LLC, Michael A. Gregory,
is an Accredited Senior Appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers (ASA),
and a Certified Valuation Analyst with the National Association of Certified
Valuation Analysts (NACVA).
In the third quarter of 2013 he was selected as the outstanding member of
NACVA. Mike is a Qualfied Mediator with the Minnesota Supreme Court. He has
conducted nearly 500 mediations since 2000 for the IRS, within the MN Court
system and with his firm. Each client receives total customer commitment with an
emphasis on timely, quality closures related to mediation and negotiation.
Besides the books and vidoes that have been prepared to help you, here are
some of the articles MIke has written segregated by "Tax Issues", and
"Leadership and Conflict Resolution Issues":
Ideas to Help Make Your IRS Dealings Go Smoother, Business Valuation Update,
Volume 21, Number 4, April 2015
In August 2014, senior leadership at the IRS contacted Mike to teach a class
for the agency's 300 staff members involved with valuation. It was entitled,
"How to Work with Practitioners". To prepare for the class Mike reached out to
valuation practitioners and gathered his own observations, having been in the
private sector now for over three years and after 28 years at the IRS. Though
the class did not take place, this article is the result of what he discovered -
ideas for developing a more cooperative working relationship and environment
between the valuation practitioner and the IRS. It is about relationship
building, understanding the various ways the IRS works a valuation issue such as
a consultation or an examination, knowing your rights and ways to partner with
the IRS on training.