Scott Mautz is an award winning, consistently top-rated, inspirational key note speaker, course instructor, consultant, and 20+ year executive at Procter & Gamble (where he currently runs a 3 billion dollar business). He is also author of Make it Matter: How Managers Can Motivate by Creating Meaning, a book born from years of in-depth research and leadership experience.
His more than two decades of such experience has been honed at Procter & Gamble, a company known for its prowess in both leadership and consumer psychology. Scott has developed a keen eye for identifying deep insights and motivating people to action given those insights.
He’s been a passionate student and practitioner of creating “fully wired”, fulfilling work environments rich with meaning that ultimately lead to sustained elevated performance and that transform organizational health & satisfaction scores along the way. In seminars and course instruction, he has deployed dozens of time-tested and proven practical tools to help managers craft such a meaning-rich ecosystem.
Scott was born in New York and has an undergraduate degree from Binghamton University (1991) and an MBA from Indiana University (1994). He lives in Cincinnati with his wife and daughter.