Date and Time:
Monday, January 23, 2012
1:30 PM -
Workshop presented by Jerry Conrad, S.G. Maverick, Inc.
Setting priorities and managing time are basic to enhancing individual performance. The pressure to find innovative ways to achieve goals, stay ahead of the work load, and enjoy life outside of work is increasingly intense in today's less structured, information-driven workplace. Meeting the daily challenges of managing professional and personal responsibilities requires a learning strategy that focuses on your individual needs.
This program will help you assess your time-management effectiveness and create a personal plan for improving your skills in key areas. A skill-gap analysis tailored specifically for you will help you determine how you can best focus your time management efforts and create more time in your day.
This workshop explores 12 key objectives for effective time management:
- Written communications
- Team time
Register at www.gvsu.edu/seminar
Please contact Human Resources at 331-2215 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need special accommodations.