Direct Your Time to Maximize Your Potential
2023thu04may8:00 amthu9:30 amDirect Your Time to Maximize Your PotentialVirtual Early Riser8:00 am - 9:30 am Event TagsCareer Development,Health and Wellness,Productivity,Self-Awareness
The way we use our time reflects our priorities, personalities and life demands. We often seek time management skills to improve our work productivity, but what if we
The way we use our time reflects our priorities, personalities and life demands. We often seek time management skills to improve our work productivity, but what if we could also be more creative, calm and satisfied at work? Those same skills can also have a positive impact on our personal lives giving us room to rest, set new goals and grow. Time management skills are techniques and habits to be learned, practiced, evaluated and adopted. In this session, participants will evaluate how they are currently spending their time at work and home. We will discuss a variety of techniques and habits in this interactive session and build a time management system to put into practice to meet the goals of the participants.
- Review how participants are currently spending their time. (Complete a time log prior to the session.)
- Learn time management tools to prioritize, plan and protect your time.
- Set personal and professional goals for next quarter/season.
- Build a personal time management system that includes current commitments and future goals
This program is ideal for: professionals who are interested in compassionate self-evaluation of their current time management habits and willing to explore and practice new techniques.
About Our Facilitator
Amy K Demchak helps professionals refine skills to be more creative, effective and enthusiastic in their careers and lives. Amy earned her master’s degree at Ball State University and spent her career in higher education administration and personal and employee wellness. Amy is a workshop facilitator, coach and consultant through her company Working On It, LLC. She loves old clocks and new calendars to measure and record how she directs her time.
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:30 am