Scott’s Coaching Style:
Clients say Scott’s style is warm and empathetic, with plenty of space provided to relieve pressure, find clarity and uncover solutions. This gets combined with a directness and focused intent to keep bringing the process back to actions that will “move the needle”. Scott tends to be relaxed, flexible and curious, with a confidence that people are capable of amazing things with the right causes and conditions. As a starting point, he looks to keep the coaching process as open as possible, re-connecting people to their own resourcefulness and capacity, however, he’s also human enough to offer, at the appropriate time, his own knowledge, models, experiences, and stories, to assist clients in their progress. In this way, complexity is distilled into simplicity, and burden becomes energising opportunity.
Scott's Professional Background:
Scott has worked as a coach for more than 30 years. His first major career phase was in high-performance sport, providing hands-on physical preparation and sports science support for athletes from national, professional, international, and Olympic levels. For the last 16 years, after a shift in coaching approach and scope, he’s worked with leaders and performers such as:
1. Athletes, coaches, managers, and executives in performance sport, 2. Emerging global leaders from 26 different developing nations in a federal government leadership development program, and 3. Business owners and professionals, for better performance with well-being – aligning who they are, what they want, and how to do it, in a way that works for them and their stakeholders.
Professional Certified Coach, International Coach Federation
Diploma of Professional Coaching – Coach School
Certificate of Professional Coaching – Coach School