Take Control of Your Time: A Seminar
The secret to getting more done is not to work longer hours.
Most people are already working plenty of hours… but they aren’t always using those hours effectively.
There are no magic tricks to make you more productive, but there are tools and techniques that can help you build your time management skills so that you can get more done.
This is a recording of a one hour online seminar.
This seminar will teach you how to:
Learn how to use time-tracking to understand what aspects of your time use could be improved.
Learn how to evaluate the plethora of time management tools and techniques available to pick the ones that will be most helpful for you—and then learn how to apply them.
Learn about common mistakes that derail attempts to improve productivity—and how to avoid them.
The purchase price includes:
- Option to log in to the live seminar
- The recorded seminar
- The class slides
- The “Getting Started with Time-Tracking” document
- A document with suggested next steps to apply what you’ve learned
- Three free follow up questions to be asked at your convenience and answered by email
Questions? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This seminar has a money back guarantee. If you’re not satisfied, tell me why and I’ll refund your money: no hassle.
Want a more interactive learning experience? This content is also available as a 2 hour interactive workshop. Contact me for details.
Testimonials from past students:
Melanie’s focus on fundamental concepts in time management, instead of click-bait tips and tricks, led me realize I had a significant hole in my time and task management system. I had long term goals and short term task lists but no coherent system for connecting those time horizons with a medium term strategy. Her seminar includes suggestions for specific tools but has a strong emphasis on the underlying time-management concepts that is both refreshing and valuable!
I had read about some of the topics, but it was good to have a general overview of them and how they relate to one another…. [T]his is a good introduction to the topic.
I am a consultant specializing in scientific data management and the effective management of people and projects. Prior to starting my own consultancy, I led teams and projects in the biotechnology industry for more than ten years. I am also the author of Taming the Work Week, a book on time management. I have a Ph.D. in biochemistry from The Scripps Research Institute.