In these interactive sessions, participants will increase their performance at work by learning time management techniques and determining different ways to apply them on the job.
Participants will assess their personal deficiencies and learn how to stop procrastination and other time wasters and learn how managing stress is essential for managing time.
Tips on how to be effective when working remotely will be included for those still working from home, either full-time or in a hybrid environment.
Utilize time management strategies to be more effective and efficient on the job and when working remotely.
Identify personal time wasters and describe how to maintain focus.
Describe different ways to manage email and use a calendar to schedule tasks.
Articulate the importance of managing stress to improve personal productivity.
Organizing & Prioritizing
- The Big Rock theory
- Time Management Matrix
Staying the Course
- The myths about multitasking
- Maintaining focus
- Overcoming procrastination and ignoring distractions
- Tips on how to work effectively from a remote location
Managing Email and Calendar
- Gain control of email
- Importance of utilizing your calendar to effectively schedule tasks
Importance of Stress Management and Sleep in Improving Productivity
Lesley has a Masters degree in Organizational Leadership (MAOL), Designation as a Professional Life and Leadership Coach (CPC), and a professional accreditation as a PCC by the ICF. Lesley Calvin has led countless individuals and teams, to dig deep, and engage fully to meet and exceed their potential. Building high-performance individuals and teams is her jam.
Lesley Calvin has a fundamental approach to nurturing leadership at all levels, ages, and stages. Lesley is a Certified Emotional Intelligence subject expert, with almost 2 decades of experience in Leadership and Engagement programming as an Administrator in Higher Education, she prides herself on identifying and fostering, action-forward, self-awareness, and applied leadership skills in individuals and teams.
Lesley believes it is never too early or too late to develop your interpersonal, professional, and leadership skills.