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Controlling the Time Robbers in the Public Sector

Effective Time Management Skills

 

Responsibility, completion and planning are the three principles of time mastery. Learn to create a system of professional and personal productivity.

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Being overwhelmed at work and at home is stressful, but normal. Dealing with this type of stress is the key to having good professional and personal relationships with others. Blind spots, procrastination, interruptions and miscommunication are a few examples of why people fall short of getting the most from their time. Being able to 'put it off a little longer' just isn't effective anymore.

Learn skills for diagnosing how to better utilize and structure your daily time. The techniques will take you beyond just managing time at work, to good command of time throughout your life.

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To enroll after the registration deadline, contact Andrea Zweifel at 414-227-3174.
  Sessions  
Wed., May 28
8:30am-3pm
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education (Click link for directions)
Instructor: Shirley J. Bufford, M.A., Program Director, UWM School of Continuing Education, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Fee: $165
Discount Information
CEUs: 0.6
Enrollment Limit: 20
Program No. 7310-6657
Registration Deadline: Wed., May 28
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For more information, contact:
Shirley J. Bufford, Program Director, sbufford@uwm.edu, 414-227-3157
 

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