Date(s) - 08/17/2021
2:00 pm CDT - 3:00 pm CDT
It’s no surprise that most of us seem to have more to do than we’ll ever have the time to accomplish. There are times when we may look at the stacks of tasks, projects, and routine duties and think, “Why bother? I’ll never catch up and I don’t even know what to do next!”
In this webinar, we’re going to talk about specific tips that will help us prioritize our priorities. But our first priority will be to ask some questions. Questions that may be a little challenging. Questions like, “Are the things I’m calling priorities, really priorities?” “How much can I actually get done in one day?” “How am I currently prioritizing my work – or am I?” And the ultimate question, “How can I focus more on my real priorities?”
Once we’ve honestly answered those questions, we’ll be able to choose from a list of specific tips that can help us prioritize our priorities, at which point our priority will be to use those tips! 😊
Oh, by the way – we’ll also discuss the elephant in the room. “What is that?” you say? Well, the elephant in the “prioritizing room” is behind the curtain right now, so you’ll have to register and attend so you can draw back the curtain!
Linda Bruno has been developing and conducting training workshops for libraries for more than fifteen years. She offers workshops on topics ranging from Leadership Skills to Emotional Intelligence – and lots of areas in between! Linda received her MBA from the University of Florida and has years of experience in hands-on management positions. She develops her workshops based on solid research and – more importantly – real-life application.
Register for the live webinar or the webinar recording on our Zoom platform. Even if you don’t attend the live event, you will receive a link to the webinar recording after the event. Please email us if you have any questions.For FY2021-22, 70% of the total costs for the PLAN Continuing Education program ($220,000) is supported by federal money, and 30% of this program ($92,991) is supported by state money. The total budget of the project is $312,991.