This webinar is guaranteed to provide keen insights on how you think about and manage your time along with techniques you’ll want to implement right away. Time management is a combination of several skills including setting appropriate expectations of yourself and others, asserting boundaries diplomatically, clarifying your personal and professional values and maximizing the use of your technology.
You – and your organization – can experience exponential improvement in productivity with one powerful lever: time management. Whether you are a seasoned professional or just entering the workplace, it’s an important practice to visit and re-visit time management throughout your career. You could be the most creative, determined, inspiring, logical, or energized professional in your office, but if you can’t manage your time, these talents will not give you the results you deserve.
- Assess your time management skills
- Pinpoint logjams in your day
- Decrease interruptions strategically
- Learn how to set boundaries diplomatically
- Clarify your personal and professional values
- Create daily, weekly and long term plans in alignment with what matters to you most
- Make the most of your technology
Who Will Benefit From This Webinar
- Seasoned Professionals
- Employees Entering the Workplace
- Anyone that needs to get things done
Presenter – Jean Franzblau
Jean Franzblau is a seminar leader and training consultant with over fourteen years of experience delivering high impact, high-energy programs. As a business owner, she has developed her own in-the-trenches negotiation methods and taught Advanced Negotiation for Oracle and U.S. Immigration among others. Jean presents internationally for industries including technology, manufacturing, law, government, healthcare, recruiting, hospitality, education, financial services, non-profit, and real estate. Her clients include Wells Fargo, Kaiser Permanente, United States Marine Corps and Stanford University. Jean received her B.A. with cum laude honors at UCLA in Communications and Business Administration. She continues to hone her craft with the Association for Talent Development and has served on that organization’s Los Angeles board. Her specialties include leadership and communication skills.