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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