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Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton is a well-known leader in the successful improvement of executive and workforce performance for global “Fortune 500” through mid-market companies. With a multi-functional background as both an internal corporate executive and external trusted advisor, Scott has helped leaders and organizations be more effective in how they execute strategy. His executive and organizational coaching expertise includes the use unique organization strategic execution programs, global workforce planning methods, internal branding projects, leadership team performance sessions and the pioneering use of “collective intelligence” alignment programs. He has worked with leaders at all levels in building on their strengths to maximize team commitment, capability, focus and results in both start-up and established businesses.

Scott’s industry exposure has been both broad and deep. He has held key marketing, strategy, human resources and organization development executive roles and lead global strategic initiatives for such companies as McDonald’s, Nestle USA, Bergen Brunswig, AlliedSignal, ARAMARK Distribution and DirecTV. Scott has also founded several businesses and top advisory practices that have coached hundreds of C-level leaders through strategic planning, large-scale change efforts, teambuilding, merger and acquisition/integration activity teams, and developed in-house executive development programs.

Hamilton is also the CEO of NextWORKS (Allign), a premier provider of strategy, alignment, talent management, board effectiveness and executive performance programs to emerging and established mid-market companies(www.nextworks-programs.com).

He is a frequent keynoter and panelist to CEO groups, trade associations, private company functions and global conferences. Hamilton serves on the board of several organizations, including the (Medical) Device Alliance and the Global Business Association.

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