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Learning in Thin Air with Scott Kress

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Scott is a highly accomplished leadership and team development trainer, author and an international keynote speaker.

He is president of his own training and development company and has created highly successful development programs for many of the Fortune 500 companies.  Scott has only one goal; to assist teams, leaders, and individuals in reaching their peak performance.  This is accomplished through combining the latest team and leadership theory with cutting edge experiential training to create one of the most effective training programs available today.  Scott’s team and leadership development programs are custom designed to meet each client’s needs.

Years of experience, two undergraduate degrees and a Masters in Leadership and Training provide Scott with unique qualifications to design and deliver some of the most innovative corporate experiential based training available today. 

Scott also teaches Leadership and Organizational Change for the Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto), the Odette School of Business (University of Windsor), and the University of Edinburgh Business School. Scott teaches in the Executive MBA, International Executive MBA, and MBA programs and has received several teaching awards including professor of the year two times.

Scott has also gained great insight into the inner workings of leadership and teams through over 25 years of leading climbing expeditions. He has guided and summitted peaks throughout N. America, S. America, Africa and the Himalayas. Scott is the 51st Canadian to summit Mount Everest and in December 2011 became the 18th Canadian to climb the 7 summits (the highest mountain on each of the 7 continents).

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