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Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Executive Coach Scott Brittingham

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Chichester, NY – Scott Brittingham is an executive coach and the founder of Brittingham Executive Consultants, where he helps executives become the true, authentic leader they want to be.

Scott spent 28 years as an HR generalist with two large multinational companies: Unilever, for 11 years; and most recently, 17 years with L’Oréal USA.

Launched in 2019, Brittingham Executive Consultants is dedicated to helping executives and their organizations balance business with the human side of things. Scott leverages his strong business knowledge as well as his HR expertise to work with executives who have moved into roles of significant responsibility and bigger scope, as well as leaders seeking to build their executive presence.

According to Scott, team coaching is also a powerful tool to help leadership teams gain clarity on their purpose, vision and to develop methodologies to harness the power of the entire team, which will achieve something that one person could not accomplish on their own. With the business landscape rapidly evolving and organizations becoming more complex and matrixed in their structures, it is critical for teams to consider all of the key stakeholders as they design their business strategies.

“When I work with clients, there's a real humanistic and empathetic approach I bring to it, but I also am very clear that I’m a businessperson first and I'm here to achieve an objective,” says Scott. “We have to step back and realize the impact we are having as leaders and make conscious choices toward how we truly want to be. I love interacting with people and understanding what drives them: their desires, aspirations, goals.”

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