How do the best get better? Companies like KPMG, ExxonMobil, and Novartis continue to work with Paul Rulkens to raise the bar and quickly bring results to the next level.
Paul knows that doing more is no longer the default answer to too much to do. He is an expert in high performance: the art and science of accelerating bold executive outcomes with the least amount of effort. He is an award-winning professional speaker, international author, and a trusted boardroom advisor who has helped thousands of business executives, managers, and professionals get everything they can out of everything they have. His ideas to improve results and accelerate careers are often described as thought-provoking and counterintuitive, yet highly effective.
You do not have to be sick in order to get better. As an international keynote speaker, Paul annually addresses dozens of successful international audiences about essential mindsets and proven strategies to reap exponential business improvements. His most popular topics cover the secrets of consistent execution, easy innovation, powerful leadership, business growth, career acceleration, and seamless teamwork.
Originally trained as a chemical engineer, Paul’s work is based on deep knowledge and extensive experience in the practical business applications of behavioral psychology, neuroscience and, especially, common sense. His popular TED talks are used frequently in professional training sessions all over the world.
He is the cofounder of Quantum Leap: a master program to accelerate the careers of high-potential leaders with an engineering background.
His clients call his keynotes both substantive and hilarious. The reason may be that Paul once was trained as a standup comedian, receiving critical acclaim for his Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonation. However, the miserable failure of his ensuing pumping iron muscle development project prevented him from pursuing his true calling in life: a career as a credible Arnold Schwarzenegger body double . . . .
More information about Paul and his work can be found on www.paulrulkens.com