Tuesday, February 24,
2009 -- 7:30-9:00 a.m.
$10 for Non-Members
Whatever you thought
of your personal productivity a while ago, you’re much more concerned
about it now. Times are getting tough, and you want to be as effective
as possible in getting things done – and in making sure the things
you’re doing are the right ones.
You may be picking up workload from a shrinking staff. You may want to inoculate yourself against downsizing, or compete better in a tighter market. You want to build the confidence and optimism you need to handle tougher challenges.
This workshop is devoted to the how-tos of personal productivity. Of course, there is output, the production of maximum useful results in minimum time. But there also is the vital interior, the management of one’s own worries, stress and job satisfaction. And there is the human environment of communication, collaboration and conflict management.
The over-all structure is the practice of problem-solving, one’s personalized system for identifying opportunities and problems, developing key solutions and carrying out workable action items. It’s all in very specific things you do – concrete behaviors that get you where you want to go.
To Register: 772-2811 x 228; Fax 772-1179; www.portlandregion.com/event