Scott McKain is available to present as the Customer Service and Excellence keynote speaker to open or close your next Salt Lake City, Utah event or conference.
Mr. McKain is a leading customer service speaker that delivers keynotes over 100 times per year. Scott is available to speak at your next Salt Lake City, Utah event or conference. Scott has been speaking professionally for over 25 years. His keynote and workshop topics include motivation, leadership, Customer Excellence and more.
By working with Scott, you are guaranteed a seasoned speaking professional that will make your event a success. Scott brings energy and positivity to each of his presentations as a Hall of Fame Speaker.
Scott has presented keynote presentations around the globe to some of the largest organizations in the world including IBM, Google, Cisco, Unilever & More. Learn more about why Scott McKain is the right customer service keynote speaker for your next Salt Lake City, Utah event or conference.
Scott McKain is a recognized expert in professional and personal reinvention. A highly sought-after keynote speaker, transformational leader and business mentor, he guides individuals and businesses to capitalize on change and magnify their impact from his experience.
His unique expertise is in combining practical business tactics with accelerated learning strategies to embrace change, encourage innovation and increase sales for people and organizations worldwide. Scott McKain inspires, empowers and guides people to achieve massive and lasting personal and professional growth, whether it be as a keynote speaker, facilitating corporate workshops or mentoring individual.
A leading international keynote speaker, Scott has reached tens of thousands worldwide with his message of CUSTOMER EXCELLENCE and SERVICE as the competitive edge in the face of today’s complex markets. Scott is a sought-after business culture catalyst who inspires, empowers and guides organizations and individuals to create sustainable, high-performance strategies. Through Scott’s keynotes, he helps leaders embrace change, cultivate work cultures of greater unity and resilience, as well as strengthen their voice as purpose driven leaders.
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake is not New York. Why the heck would it want to be? It’s frickin’ perfect here.
Utah’s capital has spent most of two centuries watching the rest of the country’s big cities grow up. It’s been learning, editing, building. Salt Lake City is laid back like Seattle but it’s sunny here five days a week. It’s folksy like Boston without a weird accent. (Well…)
Salt Lake has theaters, theatres and restaurants like New York but rent for a Brooklyn studio will get you 3,000 square feet here. It’s got mountains like… where? Geneva? but without all the equivocating. Four pro sports teams, four ski resorts, three freeways and twelve apostles. Everything you need; nothing you don’t.
The Great Outdoors
Luckily outdoorists tend to be a fairly peaceable lot or there would be some serious turf wars among various local factions. Salt Lake City, Utah, sits in a mountain bowl 4,300 feet up, with immediate access to all forms of adventure: four world-class ski resorts 45 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport (with 10 more outside city limits); a lineup of slanty canyons to the east with a hundred options for hiking, biking, climbing and camping; a Great Salty Lake to the west for boating and floating; and there’s golf, too, for you golfers.
Indoor Salt Lake
And there are plenty of indoor things to do in Salt Lake City, too: concert venues for crowds of 20 to 20,000; restaurants repping all corners of the globe and a bourgeoning foodie scene at small-market prices; blockbuster theaters and art house indies; ballet, opera, orchestra and theatre worthy of much less convenient metropolises; museums; malls; and pro basketball, soccer, baseball and hockey. And don’t forget the one and only Temple Square, the gothic-and-granite HQ of Mormon-dom. There’s even a happening nightlife (“even” because some people expect a night out in Utah to be as dry as the air).