scott-mautz
Scott Mautz is a 22 year Procter & Gamble veteran who recently ran the company's largest business - a $3 billion division. He is also an award winning keynote speaker and the author of "Make It Matter: How Managers Can Motivate by Creating Meaning" – a finalist for the “2016 Leadership Book of the Year” award, a book named to several “Best Books of 2015” lists, a "800-CEO-READ" bestseller, and a book that counts among its endorsers the #1 selling author in the world (and ex-CEO), James Patterson. Scott has been named a "Top 50 Leadership Innovator" by Inc. Magazine, a “2015 CEO Leadership Thought Leader” by Chief Executive Guild, a “Top 30 Author” by Soundview Business Books, and a “Rebel Leader” by top rated podcast Switch-n-Shift. He has appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur, Inc., and many other national publications and podcasts and frequently keynotes and trains at top companies and universities across the country on a variety of leadership and workplace motivation/fulfillment topics. Scott has been a passionate student and practitioner of creating “fully wired”, fulfilling work environments rich with meaning that ultimately lead to sustained elevated performance and that transform organizational health & satisfaction scores along the way. In seminars and course instruction, he has deployed dozens of time-tested and proven practical tools to help leaders/managers craft such a meaning-rich ecosystem. 

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The Art & Science of Coaching

Scott Mautz

The truth is that great coaches think relationships first, not reporting lines.

Learn how to build great relationships with your employees and show up as visibly caring in so doing.

Learn about The Full PoTENtial -; 10 ways managers/coaches can bring out the latent full potential in every employee, including insight on how to enable, how to spell out the difference between good and great performance, how to pinpoint performance issues and excel at giving feedback, and much more.

Also, discover The Leadership Coaching Try-fecta -; 3 leadership behaviors that coaches can “try out” to dramatically elevate their coaching effectiveness.

Managers will leave inspired, informed, and prepared to apply their new found, elevated coaching skill set to their existing coachee partnerships.

what you get

  • Last up to one hour
  • Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
  • Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support