steve norton.1The Two Most Important Principles For Successful Project Outcomes

Ready to take (greater) control of your projects, careers, and lives? Tune up the tools and techniques you use to find the seeds of opportunity in every adversity? These two key principles of success will empower you and your team to take control and drive the outcomes you desire in situations that may once have been accepted as beyond your control.

This interactive presentation will use real world examples that help each attendee gain a better understanding of how to  fundamentally improve their perspective and see ways to change the outcome, regardless of the events and circumstances that may arise.  Attendees will leave with actionable ideas they can use immediately.

Steve Norton

Steve’s career has spanned 30+ years in the nuclear industry. As a senior manager for Fortune 500 companies, he directed project management activities, strategic planning, financial planning, scheduling, plant operations, and facility startups. He managed large nuclear waste processing facilities and was the project manager or director for the construction of office buildings, water treatment facilities, nuclear processing facilities, infrastructure upgrades, high-tech security systems, and plant remodels. He directed the Project Management Offices for two major U.S. companies and was the project manager for award-winning fast-track projects. He was responsible for portfolios of projects valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

He earned his PMP® in 2005 and is actively involved with PMI® chapters nationally. In 2013 Steve was named one of three global PMI® chapter Volunteers of the Year.

He co-authored the best-seller The Success Secret with Jack Canfield (co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series) and recently published the book, “Focus or Fail: 50 tips for Organizing Your Stuff, Prioritizing your Activities, and Becoming More Effective.

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