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What I Like to talk About

I am a leadership evangelist -- a public speaker and executive consultant focusing on universal leadership challenges like risk management, critical thinking, and leading change.

My passion is showing how any organization can leverage the core ideas and leadership values from Mission Control whether the goal is to strengthen working level decision making and leadership, actively steward a leadership culture, or deliberately engage executives in strategic decision making and change.

From keynote addresses to workshops, typical topics that leverage Mission Control leadership values include:

  • Safety and Risk management
  • Incident Response
  • Critical thinking
  • Difficult decision making
  • Leading change
  • Cultural and leadership stewardship
  • Transforming high-potential technical-leaders into executives
  • Developing a team of leaders into an aligned, high trust leadership team
  • Evolving to a deliberately stewarded, high performing leadership culture
  • Transforming an insular bureaucracy into a collaborative, transparent leadership team
  • Mission Control values and leadership workshop

My Background

Paul Sean Hill spent 25 years in NASA’s iconic Mission Control, learning and living the values he now evangelizes.  After a career leading human spaceflight operations – from the Mission Control Room to the executive level – he offers a candid and passionate insider’s look at the leadership values and culture that have been critical for their “impossible” wins for decades.  

As the executive who is credited with revolutionizing the leadership environment in Mission Control’s management ranks, he can show leaders how to apply the same core ideas and values to their own challenges and boost team performance in any industry and business.  

Beyond the rocket science and leadership theory, he shows how these deliberate values are the enablers in solving “impossible” problems at all levels.  Through his books (Leadership from the Mission Control Room to the Boardroom and Mission Control Management), leadership workshops, and keynote addresses, anyone can learn how Mission Control does it, and more importantly, how to enable a leadership environment that inherently strengthens team performance in in your own organization.  

Paul has inspired leaders across many industries, including:  Shell, Texas A&M University, Google, Citi Group, J.P. Morgan Chase, The Conference Board of Canada, and Texas Education Service Center Regions 15 and 18.  

As NASA’s Director of Mission Operations from 2007 through 2014, Paul was responsible for all aspects of human spaceflight mission planning, training, and Mission Control.  In this role, Paul led a critical leadership transformation, dramatically reduced costs, and increased capability, all while still conducting highly successful missions in space. 

Before this, he held a number of senior leadership positions including Deputy Manager of the Extravehicular Activity Office, Manager of Shuttle Operations, and Deputy Director of Mission Operations.  Paul served as a Space Shuttle and International Space Station Flight Director leading flight preparation and execution from Mission Control for 24 missions from 1996 through 2005, with his final assignment as the Lead Flight Director for the return-to-flight after the Space Shuttle Columbia accident. Prior to NASA, he was a U.S. Air Force Captain and satellite operations officer.

His professional awards include the Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Executive, two NASA Outstanding Leadership Medals, NASA Distinguished Service Medal, NASA Exceptional Service Medal, Rotary National Award for Space Achievement - Stellar Award, and recognition as an Outstanding Aerospace Engineer by the Aerospace Alumni Academy of Texas A&M University.

Paul is a member of the Texas A&M University Aerospace Engineering Advisory Board and the Texas A&M University - Galveston Board of Visitors.  He is also a member of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches.

Paul holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M University where he was a member of the Corps of Cadets. He lives in League City, Texas where he and his wife raised two extraordinary, Texas Aggie daughters.

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Paul was the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Director of Mission Operations at the Johnson Space Center from 2007 through 2014. He was responsible for all aspects of NASA’s manned spaceflight mission planning, flight controller and astronaut training, and Mission Control. Paul is credited with revolutionizing the leadership culture, dramatically reducing costs, and increasing capability, all while still conducting missions in space. Before this, Paul held a number of senior leadership positions including Deputy Manager of the Extravehicular Activity Office, Manager of Shuttle Operations, and Deputy Director of Mission Operations. He also served as a Space Shuttle and International Space Station Flight Director from 1996 through 2005, leading the flight control team in flight preparation and execution from Mission Control. He supported 24 missions as a Flight Director with his final assignment as the Lead Shuttle Flight Director for the return-to-flight on STS-114.

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