SCOTT O’NEIL is one of the BEST people you will ever meet. Scott is the author of the Best Selling book, “Be Where Your Feet Are” and is one of the most recognized, connected, and dynamic executives in the sports and entertainment industry today. He has more than 25 years of experience leading NBA, NHL, and NFL teams and leagues, including the National Basketball Association, Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Rangers, and New Jersey Devils. His mission to build innovative, inspiring, socially impactful, and high-performing teams and business organizations has earned him a reputation as a “leader of leaders.”
A Harvard Business School-educated CEO, O’Neil contends that fostering a corporate culture founded in respect, diversity, employee development, and corporate social responsibility is what drives the success of the award-winning sports teams and businesses he oversees. These awards include Most Admired CEO” (Philadelphia Business Journal) has been named to lists that include the “100 People of Power and Influence”, multiple “Power 100” lists, and more. A decade-long Member of the NBA and NHL Board of Governors, O’Neil’s insights on the sports industry’s ability to move the global market has made him a prominent, regular voice Bloomberg, FOX Business, CNBC, CNN, and across global business media.
Scott is married to his beautiful wife Lisa and has three amazing daughters. Scott’s conviction to lead a perpetually present life as he famously “runs to work” and “runs home,” guides his commitment to helping others realize their full potential.
You will be inspired to live a better life as you listen to the way Scott lives his.
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