If you're like most career professionals, chances are you feel time-pressed right now. If so,you might be comforted in knowing that you're not alone: nearly everyone in our society is experiencing time pressure. The pace of change in society has increased, and human response to change hasn't caught up yet. A crucial step in controlling your time is to condition your environments-your office, home, car and other physical spaces of your life
To manage your time effectively now and in the future, learn to manage the beforehand (as opposed to the aftermath). Managing the beforehand involves creating space-mentally or physicall-in advance of what comes next. It is clearing out the old and unsupportive, and making room for where you are heading. It requires anticipation, forethought, and vision. It is an approach for integrating your priorities and goals with your personal "systems," including how you keep your desk, office, closets, car and other spaces. Each time you have attempted to get organized, did you quit after a couple of hours, believing it was hopeless? To manage the beforehand requires getting organized. For many, it is a welcome relief to learn how much time it will take only one full weekend and several week nights. Why do some people seem to stay in control of their time and on top of things almost effortlessly? The answer lies in their ability to organize.
Some people approach personal organization with fear and trepidation, and allow endless interruptions to take them off course. They become anxious about doing nothing but getting organized. Yet, getting organized is an essential element to more time in your life. You are probably retaining too much; you have saved too many things and over-filed. Much of what you have collected does not serve you or support your priorities and goals.
Why should you Attend: Does time seems to be passing more quickly these days? Well, as it turns out, many others are experiencing the same time-pressure as you, and certainly you cannot be at you best when you're tired, hungry, and haven't exercise lately. Today new insights and strategies, such as managing the beforehand, are needed for the challenging work environment in which we find ourselves.Fortunately, it is possible for to rise above the prevailing norms in the industry and consistently exhibit high productivity. Surprisingly, simple measures often work the best and Jeff Davidson has many to offer.
Areas Covered in the Session:
How to emulate the best practices of others
How to manage the beforehand for optimal productivity gain
Where to find technical gurus if you're not strong in this area
How to marshal your resources to meet or exceed your challenges
How to proceed with confidence each day
How to use a timer to dramatically increase your productivity
Who Will Benefit:
Managers and Executives
New Recruits and Temps
Tram Managers and Team Sponsors
Jeff Davidson, the Work Life Balance Expert®, can move an audience like few others. Jeff offers dynamic learning keynotes and seminar presentations. He combines outstanding content with humor, flair, and inspiration to help listeners manage information and communication overload. Jeff supercharges his audiences to master their to-do lists, manage interruptions, and take action.
Frequently quoted or featured in USA Today, the New York Times, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times; in Fortune, Forbes, and Businessweek; and on 175 talk shows, more than 2,316,000 people have found Jeff’s award-winning books (cumulatively selected by book clubs 41 times), audio-books, videos, keynote presentations, and executive seminars to be enlightening, entertaining, and transformational.
Jeff’s ground-breaking book, Breathing Space, reveals how to avoid racing the clock and gain more control over each day. His Amazon Kindle #1 best-selling book, Simpler Living, with a foreword by Mark Victor Hansen of Chicken Soup for the Soul, is the definitive work on simpler living, offering nearly 2000 tips arranged by every aspect of life! His first gift book Dial it Down, Live it Up sells all over the world.