Known for his expertise as a “decision orchestrator,” Hugh adopts a behaviorally smart approach to high-stakes decision-making from the perspective that a wreck can be avoided if the exercise of intuition is delayed until it has been enhanced with cognitive reflection.
His presentations encourage an “understanding people before numbers” approach by empowering advisors, leaders, families and individuals to firstly discover their own unique behavioral identity before considering the hard data. He also addresses how unknown behaviors which intensify through unmanaged differences, money attitudes, pressure and emotions can derail decision-making. For organizational decisions, Hugh focuses on measuring and managing the inherent behavioral variability and diversity, which naturally comes from the many invisible human behavioral differences.
Each participant leaves Hugh’s presentations with the following questions answered:
- What is my identity for living and working with meaning?
- How do my unique talents, financial personality, passions, values and purpose intensify in high-stakes situations?
- How do I communicate with and manage people who have different styles?
- When is the right moment to exercise my intuition and make a judgment call?