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Getting It All Done: Time Management in a Chaotic Workplace

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Date Published

July 18, 2017

Publisher

Association Executives of North Carolina

Subjects

Time Management

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Summary

Trying to get everything done can be impossible in today’s up-to-the-minute world. But, what if you could set and meet your priorities, work more effectively with the people around you, dig out from under the paperwork and email avalanche, and move closer to a balanced life, wouldn’t that come close to getting it all done?

Learning Objectives

  • Find an extra hour a day.
  • Plan on purpose and plan with a purpose.
  • Deal with difficult people.
  • Set and track priorities: Are you trying to do too much?
  • Meet timelines and deadlines: How to do three things at once.
  • What to do in times of crisis and conflict.
  • How to handle the information avalanche.
  • Getting it done and go home on time.
You can do it! Getting It All Done: Time Management for the Manager and Supervisor offers 100+ strategies, tactics, and tips to show you the way!

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Presenters

Mike Collins

Mike Collins, author of The Perfect Workday Book and president of The Perfect Workday Company, has presented The Perfect... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Getting It All Done: Time Management in a Chaotic Workplace - Video
Getting It All Done: Time Management in a Chaotic Workplace - Paper
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