At the core of Scott’s craft is his knowledge gleaned from working in over 200 organisations across the world delivering transformation and change programmes for multiple sectors. However, his makers mark on the conference stage are his stories which go much deeper than business into the human condition.
Reasons to book Scott McArthur
- By incorporating humour into his presentations, he is able to connect effectively with his audience and leave a lasting impression.
- He is published in a wide range of disciplines including disease detection, leadership development, transformation, mindfulness, pioneering microscopy techniques, rock music, and human resources.
He is a published scientist, poet and writer and has won awards for consulting, training, speaking and for his contribution to Scottish music. One of his websites has been identified as being of cultural importance in his hometown of Glasgow, Scotland and his co-authored book on Glasgow’s music scene has been inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame.
Scott offers an unusual mix of experience, having worked as a research scientist, HR director, business consultant, rock musical producer, writer, keynote and TEDx speaker. When speaking Scott is able to mould a convincing narrative from these disciplines to inspire the conference audience and to provide them with unique tools and techniques that they can take back into their lives and workplaces and make a real difference to their lives.
Scott’s keynotes are particularly concerned with transformation and specifically focus on the future of work and our relationship with disruptive technologies such as Biotechnology, AI and Nanotechnology. His delivery style is visually impactful, carefully evidenced based and delivered with a hint of Billy Connolly like humour his talks are never forgotten. His ability to make complex ideas accessible and engaging makes his talks memorable and inspiring.
As one CEO said of one of Scott’s keynotes, “…he gave off enough energy that if harnessed could have lit up the city” -Helen Murdoch.
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