Best Places to Work - Scott Cawood

Closing Address Keynote Speaker

Back to Best Places to Work in Healthcare Scott is a business strategist that helps companies accelerate their growth by helping leaders build an effective, productive, and healthy culture. Scott speaks with leaders interested in building and sustaining a business that is customers centered, yet people-focused. Having been named one of the "top 10" speakers for the SHRM National Conference, Scott has an unusual amount of energy and uses a highly interactive approach with his audiences worldwide. His goal is to leave the audience motivated, feeling great about making money, and eager to return to the workplace and accept the challenges before them.
Formerly, Scott was a vice president and consultant for the Great Place to Work Institute, the organization responsible for selecting the 100 Best Companies to Work for in America' which appears annually in Fortune magazine. Scott has also served as the vice president for global talent at Revlon and a human resources leader at W. L. Gore & Associates, one of only five companies to have made the 100 Best Companies list every year since its inception and currently the number 5 best place to work on Fortune list. As a leader in researching and consulting on issues in the workplace, Scott and his team currently selects the best places to work" for many states, including Tennessee, California, Kentucky, New Jersey, Indiana, Colorado, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, and Hawaii. Scott holds a Ph.D. in business administration, with a cognate in organizational behavior and works with companies across all industries to align their people with the business and build great organizations where people want to work. Scott's new book, Destination Profit: Creating People-Profit Opportunities in your Organization, coauthored with Rita Bailey of Southwest Airlines, was released in June 2006, and is available at Borders, Barnes and Noble, or on line at Back to Best Places to Work in Healthcare


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