Time Management: Planning, Prioritizing & Productivity  -  TIME

It's time to take back control of your day! Are you swamped with e-mails, requests, tasks, piles of paper? In this highly interactive, enjoyable, skill-building workshop, you will learn proven techniques and tune your skills at managing your priorities and achieving your objectives


Learning Outcomes

This workshop provides you with peak performance tips, tools and strategies so you can spend more time working toward your high-value tasks.

  • Identify your time type

  • Develop strategies to align your activities with your goals

  • Optimize your productivity & decrease your stress

  • Develop a laser-like focus on your priorities

  • Identify obstacles that get in your way

  • Practice assertive ways to handle interruptions

  • Recognize time-saving e-mail tips

  • Distinguish between being busy and being productive

  • Identify how you sabotage your goals

  • Share tools/technology to help manage your time more effectively

  • Determine what you get by procrastinating & how to conquer it

  • Apply a practical new mindset and toolset

  • Develop a specific Plan of Action to implement immediately

    About the facilitator:

    Joyanne Landers has gained a solid reputation over the last twenty-five years as a facilitator and trainer. Her clients describe her as dynamic, powerful, and thought-provoking. She builds on her wide-ranging experience guiding leaders and employees in the public and private sectors throughout Canada to create shifts in the way they relate to their work and their colleagues. She stimulates participants to challenge their perceptions. Joyanne has the ability to lead workshops that are practical and easy to apply in real-world situations. Her plain talk, humour, and boundless enthusiasm are contagious

    Professional Development Funding Opportunities

    *Depending on which UBC employee group you belong to, you may be eligible to access one of several professional development funding programs for this workshop. The PD funding programs are designed to support eligible UBC staff members who are interested in pursuing learning opportunities that will enhance their professional knowledge and work performance. For information about the UBC PD funding programs, including guidelines and application procedures, click here

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