Tahoe Truckee Time management workshop: Balance business and personal life | SierraSun.com

Tahoe Truckee Time management workshop: Balance business and personal life

TAHOE/TRUCKEE and#8212; Itand#8217;s the first quarter in the New Year of a brand new decade. How will you use your time? Learn to prioritize time to deal with both the urgent and important, assess work-life balance and carve out time for meaningful activities that will immediately make a positive change. This workshop is supported by the Time Matrix, Urgency Index, workbook and key suggestions for improving effectiveness and wellness.

Have you ever been too busy driving to stop and get gas? Does urgency drive your day? We each have 24 hours in a day to achieve what is most important. Many of us get a temporary high from solving urgent and important crises. When the urgency isnand#8217;t there, we can be drawn to anything urgent, just to stay in motion. Busyness is sometimes a good excuse for not dealing with the most important things in our lives. If you say yes to everything, to what are you saying no?

Refocus on your highest priorities and learn to exercise integrity in the moment of choice.

and#8226; Explore the reality of the demands of your job

and#8226; Discover if you are addicted to urgency

and#8226; Identify your time wasters to mitigate or eliminate

and#8226; Get perspective on what matters most in your life

and#8226; Prioritize what is important and what is urgent

and#8226; Uncover your prime real estate

and#8226; Fifty high impact tips to beat the clock

About the speaker

Laura Moriarty, SPHR is the president and co-founder of Tahoe Training Partners, a human resources and management training solutions consulting firm located near Lake Tahoe. With an extensive background in learning management and knowledge transfer, Laura has been the architect of innovative training environments at several organizations. Audience evaluations note the rapid development of useful skills, the take-away of practical tools and the frequent participant comment and#8220;time well spent.and#8221;

Early Bird and volume discounts apply until March 11, $49 chamber and SHRA members, $59 for non members. After March 11, $59 chamber and SHRA members, $69 for non members. Register at http://www.sierrahra.com at the Online Store. Seating is limited. No refunds; substitutions welcome.

For more information call Laura Moriarty, 530-573-0224 or write to Laura@tahoetrainingpartners.com.

and#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com

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