Behavioural Coach, Speaker, Author and Founder of Explore What Matters
Scotty specialises in the subjects of values, purpose and well-being. For over 20 years, he has provided opportunities for people to make a positive difference to their own lives, the organisations they are part of, and the societies they live in. He uses reflective nature based settings and an experiential ethos to help people create the sustainable habits that matter.
He has designed and run; corporate well-being programs in the rain forests of Australia, leadership retreats in expedition environments, personal coaching assignments for CEO's on yachts, and modular development programs for global corporations.
His most recent work involves setting up a partnership with the Cranfield School of Management which led to winning the prestigious 2016 EFMD Gold award for Executive Development and creating an alumni of 140 people to influence organisations and society with an ethical and values based approach to leadership through his 'leadership for good' initiative.
Scotty works informally and has a real skill in getting audiences to interact and have useful conversations that bring the content and ideas to life at a pragmatic personal level.
Clients he has worked with include; Sky, Sony Music, Lendlease, UBS, Yo!, BG Group, the Bahraini Royal Family, and the British & Irish Lions Rugby Team.
Scotty speaks on a range of topics utilising his diverse experience of what he has noticed and learnt about people, teams and behaviour from his remote expeditions and career in corporate development. Known for his thought provoking questions, stunning imagery and entertaining stories, Scotty will engage the audience to make them think differently and inspire them to take action that makes a real difference to their own lives and their organisations. He can talk on a range of subjects such as; Leadership, Team Performance, Ethics, Well Being, Resilience, Courage, Values, Culture, and life lessons from expeditions.
His speaking engagements have taken him to The Royal Geographical Society, New York University, Moorfields Eye Hospital London, The Royal Ocean Racing Club and the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations.
To learn more about Scotty's personal story, his vision for Explore What Matters, and why he cares about courage, the power of natural environments for profound learning and making a positive difference, listen to the podcast he recorded with the Good Life Project.