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Type: Recorded Webinar
Topics: Business and Management
Date: November 2012
Learn the difference between the urgent and the important and how to make time for the important. Most people go through life by default; learn to live your life by design!
In this webinar, participants will learn:
- How you are currently using your time
- The barriers which keep you from managing your time more effectively
- The difference between important and urgent
- How to schedule time for the important
- A systematic approach to managing daily events
This webinar uses Stephen Covey’s First Things First Time Management Matrix as a model. Covey explains that most people are driven by the concept of urgency. However, to really effect positive change in our lives, we need to reorganize the way we spend our time based on the concept of importance, not urgency. Exercises in this webinar include looking at how you spent your time yesterday and how you will spend your time tomorrow and in the days, weeks, months and years ahead. You will put together a to-do list and an action plan for using the skills and knowledge you learned in the webinar.
Sheryl Tuchman, SPHR, founder and CEO of Tools 2 Succeed, Inc.
Sheryl Tuchman is a Certified Professional Coach and Registered Career Coach with more than 25 years of corporate business, management, and technical experience. Her wide range of experience includes the design and implementation of planning and governance processes for the IT departments of multi-billion dollar corporations. Sheryl focuses on creating high-performance organizations in which every employee feels and acts like a partner in the business and is excited to contribute to its success. Sheryl previously taught elementary school and holds a lifetime State of California Multiple Subjects credential. She is on the board of the Professionals in Human Resources Association and was voted "Member of the Year 2011." She also serves on the board of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Ventura County, CA. Sheryl volunteers for Junior Achievement of Southern California, inspiring young people to succeed.