PDD 2017 Keynote: How to Achieve the Extraordinary: Making Decisions that Make a Difference(s)

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Broadcast Title:

PDD 2017 Keynote: How to Achieve the Extraordinary: Making Decisions that Make a Difference

Broadcast Days/Dates/Times (Olelo Ch. 53):

Sunday – October 14 – 12pm

Sunday – October 21 – 12pm

Sunday – October 28 – 12pm

Sunday – November 4 – 12pm


Dr. Paul G. Schempp, Professor, University of Georgia

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Paul G. Schempp is an internationally recognized professional speaker, coach, and consultant. He is an author of six books, including the award winning: 5 Steps to Expert: How to Go from Business Novice to Elite Performer. He has published over 90 articles and delivered more than 250 presentations to organizations in 26 countries. As a result, Dr. Schempp is recognized and respected as a renowned authority on the development of expertise. He has served as a Senior Fulbright Research Scholar at the University of Frankfurt (Germany), a visiting professor at the Nanyang Technical University in Singapore, and has delivered lectures at two dozen universities on three continents.


Imagine how many decisions you make throughout your career. Some decisions need to be made quickly and intuitively, while others require thorough analysis and critical thinking. What sets apart the good from the poor decision makers? How can you make great decisions with positive long-term impact to help ensure your success in project management? 

Join Dr. Schempp for his engaging yet practical presentation that is backed by scientific research. He will reveal easily adoptable strategies for making your best decisions when they matter most. In this session, you will learn:

  • the reasons behind poor decision making and how to avoid them
  • how to become a "forward thinking" decision maker
  • how to make analytical decisions to help "predict the future"
  • how and when to trust your gut
  • how to make great decisions under intense pressure


Note: This is a Strategic and Business Management PDU