Companies like AT&T, Lenovo, McDonalds, and The Los Angeles Times, hire Scott Edinger to help them lead revenue growth. Scott works with senior leaders to develop strategies and execute approaches that achieve increased top and bottom line results. As a consultant, author, advisor, and speaker, he creates positive change for clients, and is recognized as an expert on leadership for revenue growth.
Scott’s latest book The Hidden Leader: Discover And Develop Greatness Within Your Company (AMACOM, 2015) is a Washington Post Bestseller, and was selected as one of the best business books of 2015. He is also co-author of The Inspiring Leader (McGraw-Hill 2009), and the Harvard Business Review article Making Yourself Indispensable, called by HBR a “classic in the making.” Scott is also a regular contributor to Forbes and the Harvard Business Review, in addition, to being an affiliate faculty member for the University of North Carolina, Keenan-Flagler School of Business.
Whether the objectives are focused on increasing revenue, expanding market share, getting teams to execute strategy, or other business growth goals, Scott develops a path to achieve the desired result.
I don’t like to hire consultants, but Scott Edinger is my exception to that rule.Sheldon Fox
Scott received a B.S. in rhetoric and communication studies from Florida State University. Scott gives back to the FSU community by serving on alumni committees including the Board of the College of Communication and Information, and Seminole Torchbearers.
Although he cannot read music and is not a Mormon, he has performed with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Scott and his family live in Tampa, Florida.