- Internationally recognized customer service keynote speaker and creator of a six time-tested techniques to take your organizations customer service to the next level
With 250,000 customer service calls under his belt - Scotty can address any situation that may come your way
Trained over 3,000 customer service professionals from the financial world to the sports arena
Led a pilot team at Charles Schwab that helped the firm move from a discount stock brokerage company to a full-service wealth management provider.
“Scott’s simple yet powerful lesson will be the cornerstone of our commitment to spectacular customer service.”
- Alicia Leuven, Keynote Audience Member
Scotty began his career in Baltimore. While attending high school and college he was trying to find a career that he enjoyed all the while trying to stay in shape by going to the gym. Even while Scotty was at the gym, he always had a passion to help others around him. Carving out a niche for himself in the merger and acquisition world, he went on to win the World Bench Press Championships 3 years in a row. Scotty continued to be a resource for companies around the country as business leaders tapped into his vast knowledge of customer service. Over the years Werner continued to hone his skills in the customer service arena. No stranger to hard work, Scotty has always led by example and has taken over 250,000 customer phone calls himself. This wisdom was sought out by companies in the form of leadership to which Scotty is personally responsibility for training
over 3,000 customer service professionals. Werner is now focusing his efforts on using these acquired talents to help others across the country. Scotty is passionate about helping others that want to deliver spectacular customer service. Most people wonder, if he is not on helping others, what does he like to do. Well, whenever Scotty is not helping others, you will probably find him on the golf course.
“Scott captured our attention and never let go. His passion for excellent customer service is obvious and contagious”
- Terry Bunch, CEO, TLB Ventures