Every one of us has 24 hours a day to use as we choose. The question is whether or not we use that time effectively. Successful leaders prioritize and complete what’s most important. They are laser-focused on executing work that has the most impact. They know how to take back time by utilizing time blocking, delegation, and saying no to anything that gets in the way of high priority tasks. At the beginning of each day, week, and month, do you know the most important things you need to accomplish to achieve maximum impact?
In this life-transforming webinar, Joel Garfinkle, one of America’s top executive coaches, will teach you how to use prioritization skills to manage your time instead of letting time manage your life. He will teach you how to prioritize your work according to what’s most important, and explain the five steps you should take before saying no – including the specific statements and phrases to use. Garfinkle will teach you the principles and benefits of delegation, and show you how to: block your time, have fewer meetings, and stop short-term urgent daily tasks from getting in the way of your top priorities.
The number one source for productivity is prioritization. It’s a process that successful leaders use to assure that they are focused on the right things, and so can you.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to make better decisions, perform effectively under pressure, and understand how to simplify complex issues.
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Who Should Attend
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Joel Garfinkle has 20 years’ speaking experience as both a keynote speaker and a corporate trainer (https://joelinspirationalspeaker.com/) Joel’s clients include Oracle, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, Toyota, NBA, Warner Bros and Nestlé. He has written 7 books and more than 300+ articles on leadership, workplace issues and career advancement