The Good Trouble Company
Grace Migliaccio

Maverick. Motivator. Strategist. Operator. Entrepreneur. Traveler. Optimist-Realist. Truth teller.

In a world where talk is cheap, Grace believes that the words above represent endless possibilities. They are, succinctly, many of the reasons why in 2012 she turned her years of inside-the-org experience into an advisory practice that breaks the mold for organizations focused on growth, change, greatness.

Disney. QVC and other innovators like Commerce Bank were amazing learning labs where Grace honed her understanding what drives and sustains legendary cultures. A couple of other organizations were equally educational about what does NOT work. Grace thrives being laser-focused on the elements of greatness in any organization, from a passionate purpose to the people who make it a reality.

Together with Elaine Page, she recently expanded upon this work to launch a transformational advisory called The Good Trouble Company, GTC is founded on the belief that honest relationships + the right risks = confidence to act. GTC focuses on building great cultures, developing great leaders and innovating extraordinary people practices. Come learn more here.

She can be found working to find fresh and innovative solutions to organizational challenges and creative ways to realize opportunities and possibilities for her clients and partners. Making a positive difference that matters is what makes any given day great for her.

Grace lives with her family outside New York City and travels extensively for work and for enjoyment. You can read about some of her moments of truth. To learn more about her experiences and background, read more at linkedin.com/in/gracemigliaccio.

Adjective | /gud/ noun | trou-ble |

A movement or cultural shift that stands up for and fights for extraordinary results that shape a better workplace (typically looking through the lens of culture, leadership and employee experience). Especially by going beyond the status quo, daring to be curious and empowering those who want to be better.

Meet the Good Trouble Makers.

You are in good trouble with us.

Grace Migliaccio

Founder and Chief Cultural Architect

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Elaine Page

Founder and Chief Cultural Architect

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