Scott Miller

Scott Miller is a twenty-three-year associate of FranklinCovey and serves as the executive vice president of thought leadership. Scott hosts multiple podcasts including FranklinCovey On Leadership and Great Life, Great Career. Additionally, Scott is a co-author of The Wall Street Journal bestselling book, Everyone Deserves A Great Manager: The 6 Critical Practices For Leading A Team. He is also the author of the multiweek Amazon #1 New Release, Management Mess to Leadership Success: 30 Challenges to Become the Leader You Would Follow. Scott writes a weekly leadership column for Inc.com and is a frequent contributor to Thrive Global. Previously, Scott worked for the Disney Development Company and grew up in Central Florida. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife and three sons.

  • No Complaining Rule | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip0:43

    No Complaining Rule | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip

    Bestselling author, Jon Gordon, shares how negativity needs to be addressed or a positive culture could be destroyed.

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  • The Energy Vampire | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip0:53

    The Energy Vampire | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip

    In this clip, Jon speaks to the energy vampires of the world and challenges them to evaluate how their negativity might be affecting others.

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  • Great Positive Teams Constantly Improve | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip0:55

    Great Positive Teams Constantly Improve | Jon Gordon | FranklinCovey clip

    The Seattle Seahawks conduct Tell-the-Truth Monday. Jon Gordon, bestselling author of The Energy Bus, shares how this is a great example of positive teams improving through difficult conversations.

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  • Simple, Not Easy

    Simple, Not Easy

    Relentlessly pushing ideas out to a team or executing them yourself can be overwhelming and often results in burnout or, worse, low-quality work. More is not better. Better is better.

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  • Own everything that impacts your mission: Leif Babin54:45

    Own everything that impacts your mission: Leif Babin

    Join Leif Babin, former U.S. Navy SEAL officer and co-author of the bestseller Extreme Ownership, as he discusses the hard realities—and unifying power—of owning every aspect of your team.

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  • Spark Healthy Debate | Chester Elton clip | FranklinCovey1:09

    Spark Healthy Debate | Chester Elton clip | FranklinCovey

    Without healthy debate, innovation stops. Bestselling author, Chester Elton, teaches how to spark vigorous discussion without making it personal.

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  • Do Your Employees Know Their Why? | Chester Elton clip | FranklinCovey1:24

    Do Your Employees Know Their Why? | Chester Elton clip | FranklinCovey

    The ‘why’ is the emotional connection your employees have to their work. Bestselling author, Chester Elton, shares how to engage your employees by discovering their why.

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  • Better Allocate your Time | Chester Elton clip | FranklinCovey1:14

    Better Allocate your Time | Chester Elton clip | FranklinCovey

    No one can make time. Bestselling author, Chester Elton, challenges you to leverage the time you have and make it count.

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  • Are You A Master Delegator Or A Master Hoarder?

    Are You A Master Delegator Or A Master Hoarder?

    Delegating is tricky and can be a slippery slope. If you want to build a culture where everyone offers their best, put these insights to work.

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  • Make it Safe to Tell the Truth | FranklinCovey1:00

    Make it Safe to Tell the Truth | FranklinCovey

    As a leader, you’re not always going to get honest feedback. The authors of Everyone Deserves a Great Manager discuss how leaders can make it safe for direct reports to tell the truth.

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  • Garbage In, Garbage Out

    Garbage In, Garbage Out

    Scott Miller reflects on the impact that mass-media consumption has on his life and resolves to seek out more positivity to combat it.

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  • Leaders – You Don’t Need to Have All the Answers1:10

    Leaders – You Don’t Need to Have All the Answers

    Leaders need to let go of the idea that they have to know all the answers. The authors of FranklinCovey’s newest book, Everyone Deserves a Great Manager, discuss how it’s ok to not know everything and

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  • Fuel your life with positive energy: Jon Gordon42:16

    Fuel your life with positive energy: Jon Gordon

    Join Jon Gordon, bestselling author of The Energy Bus, for this unique discussion on positivity, defining yourself, genuinely caring, and impacting those around you.

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  • Don't Let Departures Damage Your Culture

    Don't Let Departures Damage Your Culture

    Departures of valued employees are difficult and are easy to take personally. Avoid the culture-damaging effects of unexpected departures with these tips from Scott Miller.

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  • The Importance of Immediate Appreciation | Paul White clip0:55

    The Importance of Immediate Appreciation | Paul White clip

    Business psychologist, Dr. Paul White, shares a vital best practice when it comes to showing appreciation for younger employees.

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  • The Difference Between Recognition and Appreciation | Paul White clip1:30

    The Difference Between Recognition and Appreciation | Paul White clip

    Recognition is primarily performance-based, and usually, only your top performers get recognized for the work they do. Paul White shares how appreciation can make all the difference.

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  • A Little Appreciation Can Go a Long Way | Paul White clip0:58

    A Little Appreciation Can Go a Long Way | Paul White clip

    People don’t need much to feel appreciated. Business psychologist, Dr. Paul White, shares how using the right action could help your employees feel appreciated.

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  • Everyone Deserves A Great Manager

    Everyone Deserves A Great Manager

    Scott Miller gives thanks to the behind-the-scenes-team that helped launch Everyone Deserves A Great Manager and shares some thoughts on the process, including what he has learned.

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  • One Way to Make Public Speaking Easier | Bill Engvall clip0:54

    One Way to Make Public Speaking Easier | Bill Engvall clip

    World-famous comedian and expert communicator, Bill Engvall, shares a tip to help make public speaking easier.

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  • Leaders, Remember Where You Started | Bill Engvall clip1:45

    Leaders, Remember Where You Started | Bill Engvall clip

    How do you grow relationships with your employees? World-famous comedian and expert communicator, Bill Engvall, suggests you remember where you started when trying to connect with others.

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