Time Management: Course Reviews
"This training team is superb. [The instructor] is seamless. She has superior abilities to get live-training-like engagement in the online format. Amazing! The ideas gained in this training will result in a better organized and prioritized me, which means a more productive and less stressed everybody else."
Cline Close Dyer PLC
"Loved it and looking forward to future training."
Kuraray America International
"This info is extremely valuable - I wish I would have taken this sooner."
Regional Sales Manager
Philadelphia Insurance Cos
"[The trainer] was extremely flexible "on her feet." Her and [the producer] were able to take a small class and make very interactive and relevant for the participants. I will be better prepared for meetings and my organizational skills have already improved. This will allow me to sell more and be more efficient."
"I'm more confident, less overwhelmed, better organized, and more productive. [The instructors] don't let you rest on MUTE the whole time - you have to pay attention and be interactive with the presenters during the whole 3 hour session."
Director of Business Development
"My time will be better spent on attracting new business thus creating a higher return on investment. Open floor style, making sure that all attendees were able to contribute to the class. Friendly and down to earth style from the instructor and producer."
"The value is great."
Senior Electrical Engineer
Greeley and Hansen
This seminar offers practical techniques to help you focus on results, not tasks. Undo destructive habits and consciously choose to establish healthy, productive habits that yield long term benefits. You'll learn how to lock out mental distractions so that you can eliminate time wasters and concentrate on your priorities.
Numerous live sessions offered each month -- register for the time that works best for you.
1-Hour virtual instructor-led sessions utilizing chat, whiteboard tools and polling
Fast-paced interactive exchange of timely skills and "How-to's"
"When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion."
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People