Full course description
NEW Power Skills – Time Management Wednesday, 3/6/24 11:30 am-1:30 pm, Sargent – 325
Join Professor Amanda Patel from the Management & Entrepreneurship department in a power skills workshop focusing on time management strategies. This workshop is designed to empower students to solve the mysteries of their own productivity and time management.
In this interactive session, attendees will learn to more effectively manage their energy and their time to get things done in a less stressful, more productive, and more successful way. Professionally, this will help attendees to manage their work and school more successfully. Anecdotally, in the workplace, people are being asked to do more and more – this can help them to successfully navigate that environment.
A Power Skills – Time Management virtual badge will be issued to you from the Center of Continuing & Professional Education upon completion of the workshop.
Why attend a Power Skills workshop?
Improving your power skills, often referred to as soft skills or people skills, is a pivotal aspect of your professional growth. Attending one of our power skills workshops will help you become a more confident individual in the workplace and classroom. Power skills are also critical when it comes to developing your emotional intelligence and relationship-building skills. Don’t overlook the importance of power skills, as they are becoming more and more important with the rapidly advancing technological landscape.
Topics covered in the Time Management workshop:
-Personal energy patterns
-Difference between urgent and important work
-Pitfalls of time management
-Creating a successful system for time management