Scott Wigley combines nearly 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and leadership development with a dynamic delivery of learning and coaching solutions to support leaders to develop high-performance teams and communicate with executive presence and confidence.
“Scott possesses that rarest of combinations ~ a passion for results and an exemplary emotional intelligence in working with people to achieve goals. In establishing the executive coaching program for Retirement Services, he was superb in building relationships, gathering expertise, building support for the program, overseeing the training of the coaches and tracking results from the coaching engagements. Additionally, the impact of his consulting work in the areas of customer service, organizational design and strategy are still felt within the organization today. I can honestly say that everyone who worked with Scott enjoyed doing so, and learned much from that experience.”
– Chief Learning Officer, Tokio Marine HCC
Scott is passionate about facilitating positive change for his clients and in the world. He partners with leaders to help them leverage their strengths, improve the quality of their thinking and achieve inspiring goals. He brings a creative, warm and engaging style to build rapport and create an environment of trust and understanding and combines this with challenging questions that stretch clients to commit to action and drive better results.
His signature is helping leaders:
- Influence and Strategic Relationship Management
- Communicate with Confidence
- Develop High-Performance Teams
- Develop a Peak Performance Mindset
- Executive Presence
- Communicate and Drive Change
- Inclusive Leadership (Unconscious Bias)
Scott is also a qualified MBTI administrator, certified as an Extraordinary Leader™ facilitator, a certified coach through the Neuroleadership Institute and a certified Integral Facilitator.
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