elevating performance for and their teams.
Scott Greenberg: Beyond The Keynote
In 2005, Scott built the first of his two Edible Arrangements franchises in Los Angeles. Applying the principles he discusses on stage, his company won “Best Customer Service” and “Manager of the Year” awards out of more than 1000 franchisees worldwide.
Since then, he has spoken in the U.S. and abroad to corporate groups, franchises, and educational institutions on leadership, resilience, overcoming adversity, team building, employee engagement and customer service. Scott brings his real-world experience to lend credibility to his message. He uses personal stories, humor and encourages audience interaction.
Scott received his bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1992 and was awarded a scholarship to attend graduate film school at New York University. He was diagnosed with cancer after only one semester and returned to California for treatment. After successfully beating the disease, he celebrated by running the Los Angeles Marathon to raise money for cancer research. Scott currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two kids.
scott's tips for success
With years of experience and success under his belt, Scott Greenberg shares his proven tips not only on the stage but also in his informative videos. In his videos, Scott speaks on topics like customer service, the hiring process, employee retention and many more. As a result, Scott effectively helps viewers achieve success by motivating them to maintain a peak-performance mindset 24/7.
Improving Customer Satisfaction
build a loyal following for your brand
The role of a great manager
how managers impact employee performance
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