Are you overwhelmed, struggling to check off all the items on your to-do lists? Do you ever feel there are not enough hours in the day? Time management is an essential skills that not only contributes to exceptional performance at work, but a better quality of life. In this course, you will evaluate your current habits and identify the behaviors, time-wasters, and interrupters preventing optimal productivity. Arm yourself with tools to help you more effectively accomplish your goals at work and empower you to take back control of your time.
1. Apply The Eisenhower Matrix for measuring and evaluating how you use your time
2. Identify the best way to make meetings beneficial
3. Explore strategies around delegation
The word most often used to describe Michelle Hyde is enthusiastic. Whether discussing the importance of a respectful workplace or the new novel she can’t put down, there is no doubt Michelle will bring her enthusiasm to her training participants. A seasoned storyteller, Michelle’s interactive and upbeat style will keep your team energized and engaged. Her expertise is in diversity and inclusion, employee experience, coaching, and event planning. She skillfully facilitates difficult conversations while optimizing learning using current training methods, active engagement, and tailoring to the needs of an individual. She has worked in the fields of financial services, manufacturing, higher education, and national health nonprofits. Michelle holds an undergraduate degree in Communications from Bradley University, a Masters degree in Liberal and Integrative Studies (Training and Development) and a HR Graduate Certification from the University of Illinois Springfield, her SPHR and her SHRM-CP.
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