Executive Mentor – Charles Scott
Charles R. Scott is an Executive Mentor who helps people achieve ambitious goals while crafting a meaningful life in an intentional way. He left a 14-year career at Intel Corporation to become an adventurer, publishing two books and co-founding the nonprofit organization Team See Possibilities. He developed an executive workshop called “What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?” and has delivered this popular workshop to thousands of CEOs and senior executives across North America. The CEO peer group TEC Canada named him Speaker of the Year. Charles has spoken at Uber, Intel, The World Bank, Harvard Business School and many others. His endurance challenges have been featured in press around the world, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, FOX News, National Geographic and Outside Magazine. He also gives talks at schools and to parent groups about raising resilient children. Mixing in anecdotes from cycling over 7,000 miles with his young children across Japan, Iceland, Europe and the U.S., and from guiding the first blind runner to cross the Grand Canyon and back nonstop, he helps people achieve ambitious goals while prioritizing their personal health.