[1:14] Brief background on Scott Anderson
[2:56] The power and value of coaching for entrepreneurs
[7:40] People issues as the root cause of organizational problems
[10:43] Using assessment tools to avoid interview bias and having a consistent hiring process
[13:20] What led Scott to entrepreneurship
[15:59] Learning from past failures in entrepreneurship
[17:18] Challenges and emotions in running a family business
[20:38] Turning the business around and implementing employee ownership
[24:08] Listening, delegation, and finding the right people for the job
[27:11] Thinking bigger and trusting the process of delegation
[29:49] Current focus on non-profit work and coaching entrepreneurs
[32:25] Rapid-fire questions
About Scott Anderson
Scott Anderson is an executive coach and consultant and a licensed mental health therapist. He was born into an entrepreneurial family that valued hard work, perseverance, and grit. Scott embarked on his business journey by successfully turning around a 3rd generation family group of construction equipment and industrial engine companies, which he later sold at a premium.
Scott built three for-profit businesses, including an agency he led for over 25 years, before selling it to his employees. Combining his business acumen with his experience as a licensed mental health therapist, Scott established AtEaseUSA.org. This not-for-profit organization collaborates with Tel Aviv University and the Israeli government to develop and deploy cutting-edge PTSD treatment technology.
Scott’s expertise in business is complemented by his premier training at the Coaches Training Institute and certification from the International Coaching Federation (IFC). He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nebraska School of Clinical Counseling.
Connect with Scott
Free Burnout Masterclass: https://watch.burnoutbreakthrough.com/s/aInmIb
AT EASE USA (Non-profit organization): https://ateaseusa.org/