Learn How to Get More Done
Time management and project management are skills that can be learned… and learning them will help you and your team get more done.
I offer classes, seminars, and hands on workshops on productivity and management topics. Current offerings are listed below, but I also love to work with people to develop the specific training they need.
Some offerings are available for purchase as recorded seminars, which are aimed at individuals. I am also happy to arrange a session for your group, either online or in person.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a booking or for more details.
Better Projects Through Better Planning
Whether you work on your own or have a team, learning to think about your project like a project manager will help make your projects run better.
This three hour class will teach you how to get more done with the time and resources you have. Learn more.
There are no online sessions currently enrolling. Contact me to discuss a special session.
Run Better Meetings
Meetings don’t have to suck. Learn how to run more effective meetings, so that they are an efficient use of your team’s time, not a waste. Learn more.
Take Control of Your Time
Learn how to tackle your productivity issues so that you can get more done. This seminar will show you how to use time-tracking to diagnose your productivity problems, and how to match tools and techniques to solve those problems and get more done. Learn more.
The Take Control of Your Time content is also available as a two hour hands on workshop. Contact me to arrange a session of this workshop.
I have also given seminars and workshops about running a non-academic job search (based on my book Navigating the Path to Industry). These tend to be customized based on the needs of the group to which I am presenting. Contact me to discuss options.
I thought the course was great… I started implementing the techniques you discussed within an hour of the end of the webinar.
[This class] inspired me to do a better job of staying on top of projects and people, thinking about work in progress limits… and ideally finding ways to be more transparent or … to visually represent the projects.
[T]the students got a lot out of your seminar and were talking about it for days.