Managing Your Time, Yourself, and Your Priorities: Advanced Time Management
Joy Birmingham, Assistant Director for Leadership and Professional Development, Duke Learning & Organization Development
This virtual workshop will equip you with strategies to understand your strengths in managing short- and long-term goals. You will also learn ways to build new habits and break with old ones to ensure your success. By the end of the workshop you will be able to
- Articulate the value of having an enhanced understanding of time and life management starting with planning
- Identify behaviors that positively and negatively impact their own ability to manage their time
- Create an action plan by outlining intentional behaviors to reduce time loss and stress.
Our speaker is Joy Birmingham, Assistant Director for Leadership and Professional Development at Duke Learning & Organization Development. An expert with over 20 years in the management training and professional development arena, Joy will introduce you to advanced time management tools. Joy has delivered this workshop for graduate students for over seven years to extremely positive feedback!
This highly interactive session will not be recorded. The workshop can accommodate up to 25 participants; please register only if you commit to attend.
An additional virtual session of this workshop will be offered from 3-4:30 pm on February 17.
Professional Development, Self Awareness, Core Competencies, Master's Series