In today’s workplace we are all hearing that we need to be more productive; yet many already feel over loaded with responsibilities and tasks. Some, to accomplish these task and assignments, use one tool of time management and that is the "To do list”. Despite the use of this tool, at day’s end their list is seldom completed. They find themselves feeling down and somewhat out. They become discouraged and ultimately less productive. This program will eliminate those feelings. Time is a valuable resource. It is a resource that once it is gone it’s gone. You never get it back. You must use it wisely. This program is about taking control of your time and learning how to effectively manage it.
Participants will learn skills to maximize the use of their time including the proper way to utilize a "to do list”.
Topics that will be discussed include:
- Time management - its benefits
- Goal setting - establishing priorities
- Time Wasters and Maximizers
- How do you cut your pie?
- A plan for the future
- The most difficult part of time management Learning the one most important word in time
Speaker: John Baptista’s experience combines over 35 years in the financial industry, including 30 years in management, and over three decades as a trainer and consultant. As the youngest branch manager in the history of one of the largest California Banks, John recognized early the importance of customer service. From over 2000 employees, he was ranked in the top 10% for providing the best in customer service. He has also been a lender, banker and corporate trainer with a major credit union.
Over $75 million - $109 per telephone connection
$7-$75 million - $89 per telephone connection
Under $7 million - $59 per telephone connection
An audio archive is available at no additional charge and can be accessed for 60 days after the live session. Instructions on accessing the archive will be sent with your connecting instructions and confirmation.
Sorry, no cancellations are allowed after connecting instructions and handout materials have been sent to registrants. Substitutions are welcomed and encouraged.