April 30, 2020
8:00am – 12:00pm
Registration fee includes course materials, campus parking, and catered breakfast.
This class is part of the Leadership Certificate Program.
About the Program
Time Management as we know it, is dead. There are countless apps to help you manage time and tasks more effectively, yet managing your calendar is like a real-life game of Tetris! Although truly, no life hack, a productivity app, or trendy time management technique can help you, if you are buried in emails, meetings, and to-do lists on a daily basis.
This workshop will help you assess your approach to managing time & energy, to identify the time wasters that decrease your effectiveness, develop a system and discover another way of increasing your agility.
- Assess your own approach to managing time
- Discover your top time-wasters
- Explore new perspectives on productivity
- Create your personal Mindset Mandala
- Identify the actions needed to improve your productivity
- Icebreaker: Park the mind traffic
- Self Assessment: A short in class assessment of how participants grade themselves on how well they manage four key aspects of their professional life.
- The Eisenhower Matrix: Identifying what is and isn’t important.
- Mindset Matters: Presentation & discussion focused on the difference between binary and spectrum thinking.
- The Mindset Mandala: Activity to refocus the way we look at opportunities.
- Action planning: Developing a personal planning system that works.
Dr. Maureen Orey, CPLP
Dr. Maureen Orey, CPLP, is a skilled facilitator and innovative leader - she is the Founder of a boutique corporate training & consulting firm founded in 2009. Her mission is simple. To help individuals and organizations to develop strong and leaders resilient.
She and her team work with corporations, associations to help them build the capacity of resilience through high impact consulting, training and facilitation to develop quality leaders, who improve communication, leverage diversity and implement solid processes to get measurable results. Over the years she has been instrumental in helping leaders become better than they thought they could be.
In 2017, Dr. Orey was recognized by the international Association for Talent Development (ATD) when she received the Dissertation of the Year award, for her doctoral study on the Career Benefits and ROI of Volunteer Leadership. She is passionate about leadership development, diversity and inclusion - especially for people with disabilities. Dr. Orey is a resilient entrepreneur and mother of three with a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership. A former bodybuilder with a Black-Belt in Tang Soo Do, she and her grown kids frequently adopt stray animals, peruse bookstores and travel extensively.
*The Rady School of Management Center for Executive Development (CED) may change, postpone or cancel a class at any time. We do not provide refunds for any fees related to travel, including but not limited to gas, bus fare, train tickets, airline tickets, etc. Certificate requirements may also change. We will provide as much notice as possible should this occur.