About the Speaker
Scott Moore, CAM, Moore Life Leadership
Scott A. Moore is a Personal Life Coach and Leadership Advisor at Moore Life Leadership. He is a Certified Success Coach (CSC), an Associate Certified Coach (ACC), and a Certified Aviation Manager (CAM).
Scott has a passion for people, and his work in coaching allows him to empower others to solve their own problems, and to create a better version of themselves.
Scott is passionate about Values Based Leadership, and he gives presentations to national conventions, professional leadership teams, and non-profit groups. His writings on leadership have appeared in national publications.
Values Based Leadership is a philosophy and model that encourages people to live, work, and lead in alignment with their personal core values, principles, beliefs, and purpose, to in turn ignite the extraordinary potential of those around them. Scott served as the Aviation Department Manager for Luck Companies, a values based leadership company.
Scott’s experience with honor and ethics during his Air Force career served as a foundation for his later VBL work. His continuing exploration of Values Based Leadership, along with extensive coach training, gives Scott the knowledge and skills to positively impact his clients. Scott’s experiences range from the cockpit to the classroom, and from the boardroom to the office cubicle.
Scott graduated from the United States Air Force Academy with a degree in Chemistry, has a Master’s Degree in Chemistry from the University of Illinois, and served as a pilot and officer in the United States Air Force. Scott is a former member of the Board of Directors of the National Business Aviation Association, a national non-profit aviation organization. He is the father of three boys.
Scott is a member of the International Coaching Federation, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, American Philatelic Society, and Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.
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