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Work Less, Accomplish More

When:
Friday, Jan 9, 2015, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Where:
Webinar by Internet and phone
IL  
Contact:
Elene M Cafasso
Category:
Professional Development event
Registration is Closed
Be sure to provide your email address. Instructions for joining into the webinar will be emailed to registrants the evening of Thursday, January 8th.
Registrants & Fees
$5.00
$10.00
No Fee

Work Less, Accomplish More

 

Smartphones, laptops and email were billed as labor-saving and productivity-enhancing devices that allow us to work anywhere at any time.  But if that’s the case, why are so many of us working so much and yet never accomplishing the really important work? 

 

Many people seek out coaches and time management experts, in the belief that if they could just do things faster, then life would get better.  Unfortunately, the fancy time management technique you learn at a seminar or in a book quickly falls by the wayside before the onslaught of email and texts.  You still feel overwhelmed. 

 

The way to accomplish more, and to feel better about life, isn’t to work harder and faster to accelerate the pace. The trick is to slow down, make sure that you’re doing the right things, and more importantly, not wasting time on the “junk food” tasks that fill up your time but do not nourish you. 

 

In this webinar, presented by Executive Coach and UChicago alumnus David Kaiser, PhD, PCC, you’ll learn why you’ll never win the race just by running faster on the hamster wheel of work.  You’ll learn how to identify the important tasks that need to be done, while also learning respectful ways to push back the low-value tasks that eat up so much of your time. 

 

About the Speaker

David Kaiser is a certified Executive Coach and an Alumnus of the University of Chicago, PhD ’04. He is the CEO of Confidence for Women Professionals and Dark Matter Consulting. He helps women who are struggling with perfectionism, aversion to conflict and excess modesty to become happier and more effective leaders by growing their authentic confidence. His clients can be found on four continents and at organizations large and small, from BP to Rotary Internal to the Navajo Nation. 


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