“You don’t always have to know where you’re going, to know which direction to go.”

—Brooks Elliott Scott

Meet your Executive Coach

I'm a connection percolator.

What does that mean? It means I build connection not only through what I say and do, but more importantly, in how I listen.

I’ve always been the person that people go to when they need guidance handling difficult conversations. Whether working as a VP for a $9-billion dollar cyber-security company, building diverse teams from scratch, the Manager of Operations for the protection team for the CEO and COO of Facebook, a state trooper, a 5th-grade school teacher, an executive coach, D&I strategy advisor, or advising on internal & external communications for companies, I realized that while I was damn good at what I was doing, everything I did had a singular focus — connection & communication.
Active & Deep Listening
Speaking Honest Truths
Authentic Encouragement
Asking the Right Questions
Here’s the bottom line: as humans, we're biologically wired to connect. But we’ve strayed so far from that truth that we have trained ourselves to be pretty shitty at connecting. The good news is...we can change that.
It is possible to fast-track an authentic connection and relationship by learning better ways to communicate. That's my specialty, my gift, and why I choose to be an Executive Coach.

Conversations of Race & Allyship in the Workplace

Remote Class size from Small Groups to Company All Hands Meetings
90-Minute Session
Discussion, Self Reflection & Action
Small Group Sizes Provide the Opportunity for Deeper Conversation & Experience Sharing
Company All Hands Style Facilitated Discussion Allows for High-Impact & Quick Cultural Adapation

What is difficult about navigating company culture through race & allyship?

The current climate demanding institutional reform also influences companies to have critical conversations about racial representation, equality, and allyship.
Companies are ill-equipped to arrange the complicated puzzle of race, business operations, and public perception.
Allies don’t know what it means to be an ally. And, they don’t know how or where to start.

Key Takeaways

Understand Differences in Race Perspective & Experience
Process the Current Climate
Move Forward & Lead Change
Take Action through Allyship
Define Allyship
Unite as a Company

Programs & Services

Customized
Facilitation
Team Building
Activities
Executive
Coaching
Diversity & Inclusion
Strategic Advising
Board of Directors Seat for your Company
Brooks Elliott Scott
Your Executive Coach, Owner & Founder

Meet Your
Executive Coach

I’ve always been the guy that people go to when they need to talk about how to handle difficult situations. Whether I was working as a VP in the private sector building diverse teams from scratch, the lead on high-level security teams, a state trooper, a 5th grade teacher, or an executive coach, I realized that while I was damn good at what I was doing, everything I did had a singular focus: connection and communication.

Here’s the bottom line: as humans, we are biologically wired to connect. But we’ve strayed so far from that truth that we have basically trained ourselves to be pretty shitty at connecting. The good news is...we can change that.

I create the kind of safe space that fast-tracks authentic conversations and connection in whatever kind of dynamic I’m working with. That's my specialty, my gift, and why I choose to be an executive coach.
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