Classes

Mastering Time Management

Are you managing your time, or is it managing you? The average employee spends 11 minutes on a task before encountering a distraction. With so many responsibilities, interruptions, and fires to fight every day, it’s easy to find yourself:

  • Feeling disorganized and unfocused
  • Overlooking details
  • Missing deadlines
  • Experiencing strained relationships

While the average “time management” course focuses on squeezing more activity into a single day, our Mastering Time Management course takes a unique approach. We’ll help you identify the that add the most value to your organization and career—while intentionally outsourcing, delegating, or cutting the rest.

Instead of focusing on what you can’t control (co-workers, boss’s demands, unexpected crises), you’ll learn scientifically-supported techniques to focus on what you can—your own planning and decision making. Take back control and have more time for the things that matter most!

Benefits

  • Develop a razor-sharp focus on your personal and career goals.
  • Learn proven, evidence-based techniques for effectively managing your commitments, organizing your day, and making decisions.
  • Learn how to maximize the tools you use to build a fail-safe system for work intake and tracking.
  • Gain communication streamlining tools and approaches
  • Leave with tools and templates you can use immediately

Date:
October 29th, 2019
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Class Location:
Tulsa, OK
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Time Management is a topic everyone knows is important but ironically people seldom prioritize the time needed to learn how to be effective. This class provides thoughtful, material and immediate take always. I know I will be a more effective time manager long term, but also today.

- Maggie H.

Very informative class that lends itself to "real time" situations and ideas to combat problems.

- Jennifer Z.

I'm so excited to take the principles I learned about focus and setting boundaries back to my team. I think they will benefit us and help us be more productive as a department.

- Sarah B.
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