Scott has worked with some of the top training organizations in the world including, Pecos River, Aon Consulting and Outward Bound. He has studied adult learning, leadership, conflict resolution, change management, and much more at the hands of some of the most talented trainers in North America.
Scott is also a licensed facilitator of The Coaching Clinic©, Identity Mapping©, Foundations of Leadership™ , Effective Intelligence® and Emotional Intelligence®.
Years of experience, two undergraduate degrees and a Masters in Leadership and Training provide Scott with unique qualifications to design and deliver some of the most innovative corporate experiential based training available today. Scott is also a professor for the University Of Windsor Odette School Of Business, and teaches in their Executive MBA program. He was recently voted professor of the year.
Scott is President and founder of Summit Training and is President of The Frontier Group. He has created highly successful development programs for many of the Fortune 500 companies. Scott has one goal: to assist teams, leaders, and individuals in reaching their peak performance. This is accomplished through combining the latest team and leadership theory with cutting edge experiential training to create one of the most effective training programs available today. Scott’s team and leadership development programs are custom designed to meet each clients needs.
Some of Scott’s programs focus on; Team Building, New Team Formation, High Performance Team Development, Leadership Development, Values and Mission Creation, Communication Enhancement, Change Management, and Process Improvement.
Scott has also gained great insight into the inner workings of leadership and teams through over 20 years of leading climbing expeditions. He has summitted peaks throughout North America, South America, Africa and the Himalayas including Mount Everest and four other of the 'seven summits'. Scott has designed a dynamic keynote presentation based on his team and leadership lessons while climbing the highest peaks in the world.