Director, Corporate Residency MBA Program and Assistant Professor
With campuses located in Halifax and Truro, NS, Dalhousie is a research-intensive university offering over 180 degrees in 12 diverse faculties.
Scott Comber is an Assistant Professor at Dalhousie University, in Nova Scotia, Canada. Scott’s primary research areas are leadership development (health care leadership), management education and Millennial business students' values. Scott gained over 30 years of experience in the financial, IT and health care and consulting fields and established and incorporated two of his own companies before assuming his role at Dalhousie University. Within organizations, Scott specializes in the areas of leadership development, complexity, conflict resolution, team building, and value based culture change; he is action oriented and practical. He works within organizations to develop great leaders, increased quality of work life, develop networks and structures to support ethical decision-making, create conflict resolution systems and facilitate teams and leaders through change. I am passionate about my belief in people and their capacity. Scott is a keynote speaker, author and has been quoted in sources such as the Globe and Mail, Financial Post and Business Week. In addition, he holds an MBA (Finance) an MA (Human Development) and a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems. Scott is also certified as an Executive Coach and in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation. When not working Scott’s main life focus is raising his twins, Mac and Ella. Specialties: Scott has a Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems, and is also a Faculty member of the Canadian Medical Association - Physician Leadership Institute. Scott is certified in Coaching, Conflict Resolution and Mediation and Emotional Intelligence. His MBA (Finance) and MA (Human Development) further complement his work.