Scott Beilke is Managing Director and a principal consultant at Brighton Leadership Group — a consultancy that helps senior leaders and organizations thrive in conditions of continuous change. Scott has launched, grown, and turned-around companies.
He has been consulting for more than fifteen years, and has done leadership-and-change projects in twenty-seven industries.
His clients include large organizations, such as Advanced Micro Devices, Bayer, CRU (the U.S’s largest Evangelical organization), Guardian Life Insurance, Kraft Foods, and Lyondell Chemical, as well as smaller organizations such as American Physicians Insurance Exchange, CMMI Institute (a Carnegie Mellon affiliate), and GVTC.
Before joining Brighton Leadership, Scott was a manager in the SAP implementation practice for Deloitte and the Manufacturing Controller for a $750M international medical supply manufacturer. He was also a National Practice Leader for a management consulting firm, where he helped grow the Implementation and Process Improvement practice’s annual revenue by 7,100%, from $500K to $36M, and the Austin market office’s annual revenue by over 15,000%, from $56K to $9M . . . in under ten months.
Beside his work with Brighton Leadership, Scott sits on boards and mentors young entrepreneurs and executives. He is on the Strategic Advisory Committee for CRU, serves as a mentor for the Executives Club of Chicago, a Master Mentor in Alan Weiss’s Private Roster Mentor Program, a member of the Society for the Advancement of Consulting, and a Chair for the Speaker Selection Committee for Global Conferences at the Association of Change Management Professionals.
Scott graduated from the University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse with a BS in Accountancy, and later received his certificate as a CPA.
Scott is also a wine enthusiast, and is a member of the wine committee at the Metropolitan Club of Chicago, and Chair of the Wine Club at the Columbia Yacht Club.