How to Grow Consistently - Giovanni Gallo, ComplianceLine
Zero To 5000
Another inspiring conversation on the Zero to 5000 Podcast today. We were joined by Giovanni Gallo the Co-CEO and Chief Development Officer of ComplianceLine We Discussed: How to do things that matter with excellence Getting rid of misbehavior in the workplace starts by having a good company culture You will get alignment if you act consistency Thanks for Listening. Be sure to join our monthly email. One life-changing email to help you with your mindset, your methods, and your mission each month.
Building Internal Cultures that Balance Priorities with Giovanni Gallo
Mission Matters Podcast with Adam Torres
Having a great internal culture can mean the difference between success and failure for many organizations. In this episode, Adam Torres and Giovanni Gallo, Co CEO at ComplianceLine, explore how ComplianceLine is providing business leaders with ways to understand and engage their workforce to assess risks and build strong cultures.Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast:https://missionmatters.lpages.co/podcastguest/Visit our website:https://missionmatters.com/
Ep. 141 - Nick Gallo, Co-CEO and Giovanni Gallo, Co-CEO of ComplianceLine
SE Tech Podcast - Hosted by MMM Tech Law
In this episode, we speak with Nick Gallo, Co-CEO and Giovanni Gallo, Co-CEO of ComplianceLine. ComplianceLine provides an efficient and independent means of identifying and resolving employees’ concerns regarding potential misconduct.For more than 20 years, ComplianceLine has put their customers and the quality of their work before profits to become the leading provider of ethics and compliance (E&C) solutions and second-largest player in the space.
009: Why Leaders Actually Serve- Co CEOs Nick & Giovanni Gallo
Anything But Typical
Running a business can be extremely difficult. But running a business with your brother, while making sure the primary focus is serving others at all times, that is another level. This is exactly what this episode's guests, Nick & Giovanni Gallo, do. These brothers own and run ComplianceLine as Co-CEOs. In this wide ranging episode, we get to hear about the leadership heritage of these brothers, back to their entrepreneurial grandfather to had to flee Cuba and their grandmother who held the standard in the family for serving others. Nick & Gio dive in to the dynamics of running the company together, the 2 year process of searching all over the country for the right business to buy, why they didn't go the startup route, the effects of their decision to utilize an outside investor group, and so much more. Be sure to check out Nick and Giovanni on LinkedIn, as well as ComplianceLine on their Web site.
Episode 85 - The Search Fund Path to Entrepreneurship with Nick and Giovanni Gallo
Faith Driven Entrepreneur
Too often we think there are just one or two roads to being an Entrepreneur. We think of the lemonade stand kid who hits it big, or maybe we think of the “accidental entrepreneurs” like Mark McLain who shared his story on a previous podcast. But not as many know about the idea of a Search Fund, where an entrepreneur enlists investors with the purpose of acquiring a company and dropping in as the new day to day leader. There's a whole unique set of circumstances with this approach that we’re going to talk about today. And what makes this episode special is that we look at this idea through the lens of brothers. Nick and Giovanni Gallo have gone about this together through their business, ComplianceLine in Charlotte, North Carolina, and their experience is one we think you’ll be fascinated to hear more about. If you’ve never heard of a Search Fund but are interested in learning more, or if you’re already familiar with this approach and eager to hear the ins and outs of how it works, today’s episode is for you.As always, thanks for listening!Useful Links:ComplianceLineiHeart Radio Interview with Giovanni GalloMartech InterviewOnePraetorian