Gain control of your schedule to focus on your most important work.
Is your endless to-do list keeping you from accomplishing what’s most important? We all have responsibilities and tasks competing for our attention, but all too often, our two or three most important efforts are reduced to just another item on the list.
Join us for this essential training to learn strategies and exercises that will teach you the discipline needed to protect your time and schedule, allowing you to focus more greatly on your biggest priorities. After the training will be a discussion led by the speaker, Steve Riccio.
How This Works
11:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET
Section 1: Assess Your Productivity
Using the calendar sample that you brought to the webcast, you will audit the percent of time dedicated to your five focus areas. You’ll become more aware of how your choices affect the structure of your calendar and determine what is or isn’t getting the most of your time and attention.
Section 2: Build a Purposeful Schedule
Using your focus areas and time audit, you will build daily and weekly schedules that support a sharp focus and purposeful work.
We will wrap up the session with strategies for holding yourself accountable so that you can stick to the schedule and priorities realized during the webcast.
Section 3: Q&A with Steve Riccio
Please join us after the training for a discussion session with the presenter, Steve Riccio. You'll have the chance to dive more deeply into the points raised during the presentation and ask questions of our presenter as well as your peers.
Who Should Attend
This material will be invaluable for any higher education professional looking to be more efficient, purposeful, and productive.
Lecturer on International Business and Management, Dickinson College
Steve joined the human resource services department at Dickinson in May 2006 following nine years in change management and human resources consulting. After establishing and leading the organizational development and employee wellness programs, he served as the associate vice president of the department from 2013 to 2015. He also taught as an adjunct professor from 2009 to 2015. He continues to consult with the college on a variety of human resource projects, in addition to teaching.
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What You Get
Get the live webcast and the recording for one price.
Get access to live webcast including Q&A.
Receive permanent and unlimited access to recording.
Download speaker slides and supplemental materials.