Organization and Time Management
for PD Professionals
Recorded on January 28, 2013
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WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
All of the things on your mind right now — the To Do list, the people to call, your shopping lists, kids' school projects, dozens of passwords, an exploding e-mail box, and on — are competing for attention in your mind. The stress of it has a physiological effect on your body, and ultimately makes you less effective — at everything. With the New Year comes a prime opportunity to clear your mind, take a fresh look at your personal organization system, and change your habits to take back control of your work, your home, your life.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Professional Development members will gain knowledge of the most popular time management approaches, and the tools, tips, and tricks, to make them work.
During this program, the speaker will discuss:
- Common themes to the most popular time management systems.
- The most important parts of an effective organization system.
- Tips on how to manage and act on huge amounts of e-mail.
- Suggestions on how to use your calendar more effectively.
- Tips on how to organize and process paper and files.
- Favorite shortcuts, apps, and other tricks to help you be more
This program is open to the Professional Development Consortium Membership.
1:30 p.m. — 1:35 p.m. - Introduction (PLI)
Guest Speaker Introduction
1:35 p.m. — 2:30 p.m. - Organization and Time Management for Life
- Productivity philosophy
- Setting up an organization system
- Managing your e-mail
- Managing your calendar
- Managing tasks and files
- Other favorite tips and tricks
(Speaker: Andy Hales)
Andy Hales, Director of Professional Development, Venable, LLP