What happens when you combine a brilliant consultant, an engaging speaker, and a renowned executive coach? You get Scott Wintrip of the Wintrip Consulting Group (WCG). Since 1999, WCG has attracted national and international clients, such as Proctor & Gamble, Wells Fargo Bank, Manpower, Discover Financial Services, American Red Cross, and Boeing.
Scott’s diverse background as a business owner, corporate executive, and recovering salesman provides him with the ability to deliver practical insights based on real-world experience. His tenure prior to forming the WCG includes public and private sector companies in both national and international markets.
Scott’s speaking calendar typically includes dozens of keynotes and workshops at conferences each year along with webinars and TeleClasses for audiences across the globe. He is regularly rated the top speaker, with comments ranging from “excellent speaker,” “powerful information,” “practical for my business,” and “Scott Wintrip’s program was #1.” His global audience has included Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia, with his live speeches being translated on numerous occasions in Chinese, French, and Spanish.
Scott is often quoted and featured in the media and his articles and blog posts are featured on dozens of sites each week. He has authored more than 1000 articles and programs, including the Simply Series: Simply Profitable, Simply Effective Leadership, Simply Responsive, and Simply Balanced.
Scott has served as an adjunct professional at St. Petersburg College and has been credentialed as a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation. During the past decade he was named to Recruiter Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40, a list of the most powerful and influential executives under 40 years of age, and was a recipient of the prestigious Golden Rule Award.
Scott’s rich and colorful background also includes being a former tuba player, performing standup and improvisational comedy, serving as an ordained interfaith minister, creating culinary masterpieces as an amateur chef, and landing a role in a zombie movie.