Managing Projects at the Speed of Time

$300.00

PDUs: 60
Technical Project Management PDU Value: 20
Leadership PDU Value: 20
Strategic and Business Management PDU Value: 20
Course of Training
Author: Made for Success
Available Versions: DOWNLOADABLE

Managing Projects at the Speed of Time

Do you find yourself continually racing against time? Do you feel that you have so much to do that it’s difficult to get anything done? Managing time effectively is the key to managing your individual performance, but it’s much more complicated today than making a list and checking things off.

These audio programs will show you how to create a time management system that works for you. Learn how to set priorities and focus on what’s truly important; plan and schedule your day; and manage your calendar and tasks. You’ll organize your paper and email; learn how to efficiently use social media; and eliminate time wasters in your day.

You’ll gain scores of new ideas from Laura Stack, aka The Productivity Pro®, on increasing output without increasing effort and performing at your matchless best! This program is accompanied by a detailed self-study workbook containing exercises, checklists, tools, and templates to apply your learning as you listen in the car, on the go or at your desk.

With viewpoints from over 20 best selling authors and experts, you will gain a unique perspective on the best methods to manage the unique aspects of your business, clients, team members and management.

Also included are relaxation techniques from psychologists and hypnotherapists to help you easily manage the moving parts and deadlines of your projects without losing sleep.

Main Benefits:

  • Featuring 20 speakers, best selling authors, doctors, psychologists and experts
  • Includes The Ultimate Time Management System featuring the Productivity Pro™ Planner by DayTimer
  • Stay calm and collected while achieving amazing results

Featured Authors: Laura Stack, Brian Tracy, Dianna Booher, John Maxwell, Lonnie Pacelli and Chris Widener.

 

LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS & LEADERSHIP EXPERTS in this course

» The 6-D System, by Laura Stack
» The 9 Secrets to Time Mastery, by Larry Iverson
» Amp Up Your Mental Health, by Mache Seibel
» Communicating Effectively with Email, by Laura Stack
» Controlling Your Day in an Uncontrollable World, by Laura Stack
» Courage – Predictability = Recklessness, by Lonnie Pacelli
» Creating a System that Works for YOU, by Laura Stack
» Creating Your Signature Work (Secular), by Dianna Booher
» Digital Quicksand: Avoiding Social Media OCD, by Laura Stack
» Emptying Your Inbox, by Laura Stack
» Fire Up Your Brain!, by Larry Iverson
» Focusing on Your Work, by Laura Stack
» Freedom From Anxiety, by Crystal Dwyer
» Get Rid of Stress & Burnout, by Laura Stack
» Go For the Gold, by Marsha Petrie Sue
» How to Get More Done with Less Stress, by Sarita Maybin
» How to Overcome Stress & Pressure, by Larry Iverson
» I’ve Got One Nerve Left and You’re Standing On It, by Karyn Buxman
» Important Components of a Time Management System, by Laura Stack
» It’s About Time Management, by Marsha Petrie Sue
» Keep Your Job, Your Family, and Your Sanity, by Laura Stack
» Leading Under Pressure and Making a Difference, by Sheila Murray Bethel
» Learn to Make Life Happen for You, by Crystal Dwyer
» Managing Your Time, by Laura Stack
» Organizing Your Office and Your Life, by Laura Stack
» Peace of Mind, by Larry Iverson
» Relaxing at Speed, by Jeff Davidson
» Ridiculous Bliss at Work, by Matthew Ferry
» Running Toward Your Team Goals, by Jennifer Sedlock
» Simplify Your Life, by Bryan Tracy
» Sometimes You’re the Bug and Sometimes You’re the Windshield, by Pamela Jett Aal
» Stop Worry Now, by Crystal Dwyer
» Stress Management for Better Life Balance, by Kimberly Alyn
» Stress Relief Visualization Technique, by Lorraine Howell
» Tackling Timewasters, by Laura Stack
» Taking Time, by Marsha Wieder
» Time Empowerment, by Brian Tracy
» Time Management: , by Laura Stack
» The Ultimate Time Management Workbook, by Laura Stack
» The Ultimate Time-Management Seminar, by Chris Widener
» Using Time or Abusing it, by John Maxwell