Scott McArthur is an impressive content speaker who is emotive and enlightening. He specialises in transformation and believes in thinking creatively about business. His engaging approach to business leadership connects the business world with science, the arts and humanities. Scott's whole ethos is about “Translating Transformation”. Whether it be digital or otherwise.
About Scott McArthur
Scott McArthur delivers keynote speeches on the human condition to instruct audiences on how to make better decisions, have better conversations, and reframe beliefs and opinions. Scott has a diverse, rich and eclectic background. His delivery style is near perfection. He has become the go-to speaker for keynotes, learning and development. His long list of clients includes top organisations such as UK Ministry of Defence, M&S and the UK Olympic Authority. Today, Scott also acts as a consultant working for a wide range of clients such as Atos, Superdry, SwissRe, Deloitte, and Capgemini.
Scott McArthur has a passion for doing things differently. Furthermore he also has a deep commitment to personal development, self-transformation and to making life and business fun. He likes to disrupt the narrative and the behaviours that bind people with the tools and techniques. And offer a silver platter of wit, passion and a touch of rock and roll.
As humans are creatures of habit Scott’s mission is to help people break those habits. Especially the ones that are not beneficial to their progress.
With a myriad of experiences, Scott’s background gives him a well of content to draw upon. He is published in a wide range of disciplines. These include disease detection, leadership development, transformation, mindfulness, pioneering microscopy techniques, rock music, and human resources.
These disciplines allow him to connect with his audience in a way, unlike other traditional organisational experiences. He does not get on stage to deliver a list of bullet points. Scott prefers to teach his audiences to think so they can walk away with the tools and techniques they can use in their personal and work lives.
From Scotland, Scott started his own career path by breaking the very habits that should have defined him. Rather than be swept up in a predictable future, Scott decided to prove the statistics and his school career advisor wrong. He not only went on to study biology and psychology at college but gained impressive grades in the process.
Focusing on his keynote programmes Scott inspires his audiences to change from the inside out. It is what he calls the “inner work” of relationships, organisations, and cultures. What’s more he teaches you how to change your life and disrupt the habits that define you with his well-crafted and inspiring programmes.
- Leading from the inside out
- Why facts don’t change people
- Are you paying attention?