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Paul Clark

Paul Clark

Senior Talent Consultant

As a Senior Talent Consultant with FGP, Paul Clark helps organizations build strong leaders that equip effective teams. Appreciating the value of every individual within a client firm, he strives to bring clarity and insight into the board room, the conference room, and the break room alike. His recent projects include providing executive coaching for a Fortune 1000 industry leader, serving as a growth consultant for a regional commercial construction company, and acting as the fractional VP of Business Development for a global software engineering firm. Paul has extensive experience working with entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and emerging enterprises. He focuses on quantitative (revenue) growth derived from qualitative (human capital) growth. 

Paul brings decades of business leadership experience to Find Great People. Early in his career, he founded and managed a successful sales organization, focusing on HR and employee benefits for over 200 clients in 20 states. Paul has held key Business Development and Organizational Leadership positions in Fortune 500 and Inc 5000 companies. With over 20 years of public speaking and business education experience, Paul is a respected communicator and influencer.

Paul enjoys serving in the community, volunteering with nonprofit boards and area chambers of commerce. He teaches regularly at his church, invests in young leaders through career coaching, and leads a Bible study group with his wife Lisa. Paul loves to hang out with his 2 young adult children who also live in Greenville. Having traveled to 49 states and a dozen foreign countries, Paul still finds the foothills of Upstate SC his favorite place to roam. The best weekend adventure includes a top-down convertible ride in the mountains with his bride at his side.  

Fun Facts:

Favorite Quote:

“Does a fish know it’s wet?”

What’s the last book you read and what did you think?

Building a StoryBrand by Donald Miller. We all love a great story, getting in there with the hero and pulling for her to win. Great brands do the same thing: they help the customer become the hero of his own story. The company serves as the guide (like Yoda or Aslan or a fairy godmother) who’s going to help the hero get to their goal. When our client feels like she’s Cinderella showing up at the ball in a golden carriage, that’s when our marketing efforts are effective!

What’s your favorite travel destination, or where would you like to go?

A few years ago, Lisa and I were able to spend a couple weeks in Israel. The drama and the weight of history, religion and culture in one tiny slice of land was inspiring. We were amazed at the lush beauty of Galilee, the other-worldliness of the Dead Sea, and the tragic isolation of Masada. We fell in love with Jerusalem, not just for the significant events that have happened there, but for the modern eclectic ‘coolness’ of the city itself. As a place, the ongoing struggles for Israel make it one of the most intriguing places on the planet.