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Emerson Exchange 2018

Doug Scheffler

Director of Midstream Natural Gas, Emerson

Speaker Bio

I am currently the Director of Midstream Natural Gas for the Pressure Management business unit of Emerson located in McKinney, TX. I have been with Emerson for 16 years in the areas of Engineering, Applications, and Marketing. My experience in the natural gas industry has been focused on transmission and distribution pipeline equipment. I have undergrad degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Agricultural Systems Technology from Iowa State University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.

RDM-234645 - Regulators and Relief Valves Roadmap Regulators and Relief Valves Roadmap 1 Hour Product Roadmaps Nadine Brown, Emerson
Doug Scheffler - Director of Midstream Natural Gas, Emerson
Marcelo Dultra - Marketing Industry Director, Emerson
5-162456 - Productive Leader or Stagnant Manager Many people become group leaders without understanding how to be both a contributor and leader. Each employee is vitally important to the overall business, but more importantly is the usage of that employee to produce results. During this session, we will be reviewing the process to coach each employee from a person that only brings problems to their supervisor (Tier 1), to someone who brings possible solutions (Tier 2), and eventually solutions and requests for specific assistance (Tier 3). This move for each employee will have a drastic change on an organization when a leader can lead productive people. There is more to being a manager than organizing people’s work. There are times to coach contributors, inspire the team, and times to focus on your contribution to the organization. 45 minutes Workshop Doug Scheffler - Director of Midstream Natural Gas, Emerson
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