"Scott’s keynote presentation was excellent. He was extremely engaging and energetic. Scott received all 5 out of 5 ratings across the board."
-Cindy F. President, PAHCOM
"You set the stage and energized an industry that could have been low key...The feedback was so positive from your presentation, with words such as 'great,' 'wonderful,' and 'joy/humor makes you smarter and more creative.' ...You were the right and best person to start our day." -Joie G. Executive Director, NM Association for Home and Hospice Care
“Keynote speaker was spectacular. Aligns with what we are working to achieve on my team.” “Great way to start the Symposium; humor, information and a dynamic speaker!” “Fantastic- many take aways!” “So perfect for my team and organization.” “Keynote was terrific.” -Survey comments, Austin Call Center Alliance
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BlueCross BlueShield (multiple)
Chicago Booth School of Business
Chicago Compensation Assoc.
MidSouth Compensation Assoc.
NM Assoc. for Home and Hospice Care
Prof. Assoc. of Healthcare Office Mgrs
Austin Call Center Alliance
Univ. of Phoenix (Chicago)
Kent Law School (Chicago)
Webster University (NC)
City of Jacksonville
Hospice & Palliative Care of Alamance
Four Strides (Training)
Project Mgmt. Inst. (CFC)
Project Mgmt. Inst. (WI)
Project Mgmt. Inst. (Tampa Bay)
Project Mgmt. Inst. (NY)
Project Mgmt. Inst. (Raleigh, NC)
Project Mgmt. Inst. (Charlotte, NC)
Healthcare HR Assoc. of MN
Healthcare HR Assoc. of WA
SHRM (Alabama State)
SHRM (NC State)
SHRM (multiple chapter events)
HR Florida (SHRM State)
Depart of Social Svcs.
Highland County Schools (VA)
Go Positive Seminars
Some events are very predictable.When I was a kid, one of the surest signs that I was ready to catch some grief from my mom was her not-so-subtle inclusion of my middle name when she summoned me. When I was in school, I could usually tell I was in trouble when the teacher would add the formal-sounding “Mister” in front of my last name. In the history dating, the phrase “We have to talk” has never signaled the beginning of a big, fat, happy surprise. And if you’re a manager, if the first though an employee has when you call for a one-on-one meeting is, “Crap. I’m in trouble”… there’s a good chance that you’re a BOSS, not a LEADER.