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Rethink! Managing Time in an Era of Distraction
July 2 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Old school time management is dead, and the new reality of effectiveness and productivity require you to be tech savvy and agile. There are countless apps to help you manage time and tasks more effectively. However, no lifehack, productivity app, or time management technique can help you if you are buried in emails, meetings and a task list that never ends.
This session provides an opportunity to step back and assess your approach to managing time, energy, and focus to identify key components of a system that enables you to increase your productivity, get your life back and improve your results.
This session will enable participants to:
• Assess your own approach to managing time and priorities
• Identify the time wasters and distractions that decrease your effectiveness
• Explore methods to clarify roles & responsibilities to eliminate duplication
• Implement strategies for prioritizing work
• Develop an action plan to implement relevant time management tools
About the Series:
Series Two: The “Re” Building Series
A series of three interactive webinars that provide you with new insights and resources that help you to re-group, re-think and re-focus on the mindset needed to build your team on a foundation of trust, and to manage ourselves for optimal health, resilience and effectiveness.
June 18 Regroup! Building an Ecosystem of Trust at Work
June 25 Refocus! Tools and Tactics to Tackle Your Stress
July 2 Rethink! Managing Time in an Era of Distraction
SDRCC Completion Certificate will be awarded to attendees who complete all three workshops in a series.
Dr. Maureen Orey is a long time strategic partner with the SD Chamber by offering pro-bono workshops for chamber members for almost a decade. Her latest book A Year of Resilience was just released on Feb 1st, 2020 and was much more timely than she ever anticipated that it would be. She has spoken at numerous international conferences over the years on building resilience and helping people stay afloat in challenging times.
She is the Founder and CEO of the Workplace Learning & Performance Group which is celebrating 11 years in business this year. Maureen holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership and has worked extensively developing over 15,000 leaders for corporate clients and volunteer organizations around the world. Her clients include Boeing, Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Sony Corp & Scripps Health. She is passionate about helping organizations and leaders become more resilient by facilitating engaging conversations across multiple generations, cultures and personalities.
Date: July 2
Time: 2:00 pm