ITx 2020 Programme

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Better never stops

Wednesday 9:10am - 9:55am, CITRENZ (https://itp.nz/citrenzkeynote)

Dr Paul Wood is an expert in helping people and organisations strive towards their potential, navigate change and flourish through adversity. ​Paul works with everyone from World Champion athletes to Fortune 100 companies. He is a regular contributor in the media and his recently released book How to Escape from Prison was an instant bestseller. Paul’s presentation at TEDx Auckland, the largest TEDx event in the world, has received more than 300,000 views on ​YouTube​ and was named one of the Top 10 TED talks by the ​New Zealand Herald​. Paul’s passion for the pursuit of excellence and turning adversity to advantage comes from his own journey from delinquent to doctor. Paul will be using this journey to illustrate some key lessons for us all.

Speaker

Paul Wood

Dr Paul Wood is an expert in helping people and organisations strive towards their potential, navigate change and flourish through adversity. ​Paul works with everyone from World Champion athletes to Fortune 100 companies. He is a regular contributor in the media and his recently released book How to Escape from Prison was an instant bestseller. Paul’s presentation at TEDx Auckland, the largest TEDx event in the world, has received more than 300,000 views on ​YouTube​ and was named one of the Top 10 TED talks by the ​New Zealand Herald​. Paul’s passion for the pursuit of excellence and turning adversity to advantage comes from his own journey from delinquent to doctor. Paul will be using this journey to illustrate some key lessons for us all.