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Balancing Work and Life Development Opportunities

Managing Multiple Priorities
Managing Stress and Staying Positive in Today's World
Time Management: Strategies for Managing Your Day
Time Management: How to Create 5 Extra Hours a Week for Your Use SOM Faculty Only 
 


Managing Multiple Priorities:The Discipline of Getting things Done

Talent Management and Organization Development, Ray Perry, Instructor
03.25.14, 9:00-4:00, Eastern Campus, Room A120

Registration: trainingjhuform
It seems as if there's always too much to do and not enough time to do it# Imagine the impact on productivity if you learned how to better manage this situation ! What would happen to your sense of control and accomplishment during the day? In this practical workshop, you will learn how to get more done in less time�with less stress�by upgrading your skills at managing multiple and sometimes competing priorities#


Time Management:Strategies for Managing Your Day

Talent Management and Organization Development, Ray Perry, Instructor
04.22.14, 9:00-4:00, Eastern Campus, Room A120

Registration: trainingjhuform

Imagine the impact on your professional performance if your ability to juggle everything on your plate significantly increased! What would that mean to your productivity and sense of professional satisfaction? In this highly interactive workshop, participants will learn to blend time and task management into a single management approach that compliments any challenging schedule# This practical program will help participants take control of their day and gain greater confidence handling projects, priorities, and deadlines.

Time Management: How to Create 5 Extra Hours a Week for Your Use (SOM Faculty Only) 

Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development, David Yousem, M.D., MBA, Instructor
04.07.14, 1:30 - 4:00, 2024 E. Monuments St., Suite 1/500, Room 1500Q
Registration: time management
How often do you say to yourself, “If only I had more time!” or “Where did the time go?” Are you behind on your big ticket projects? Do you look at others and ask “How do they get it done?” This course provides you with the skill set to create time in your day, remove extraneous baggage from your schedule and be much more productive per unit time. Based on lessons from Stephen Covey’s “Seven Habits”, Kerry Patterson’s “Change Anything”, and Brian Tracy’s “Eat that Frog”, the seminar will help you to create 5 extra hours of productive time in a week.
Goals:To learn how mission/vision thinking allow you to prioritize the time you spend at work and at home
           To provide critical scheduling tips to make sure your major projects are attended to on a consistent daily basis
           To coach you on establishing visual cues, advocates, and enforcers that help you stay on task and avoid procrastination
           To teach you skills that allow you to focus more quickly as you move from project to project so as not to “lose time” in transitions. Contains content from Geno Schnell, Ph.D.

Watch the following Video:
Time Management: Multitasking


Managing Stress and Staying Positive in Today's World

Talent Management and Organization Development, Debra Smith, Instructor
03.20.14, 9:00 - 4:00, Eastern Campus, Room B102
Registration:trainingjhuform
In this program you will learn the effect and characteristics of stress and better understand why stress is considered the �invisible�disease# You�ll identify your stressors and your personal stress reactions# You�ll increase your awareness of the mind�s role in the stress cycle, how perception, paradigms, and self-talk contribute to your stress, and how habitual thinking styles can be redirected# You�ll learn how to get rid of your worries, how to break the anger habit and how to manage physical stress through nutrition, exercise, and relaxation# You�ll use a six-step problem-solving model to take control of your stress situations, discover ways to manage change, and use goal setting to balance the demands of your career and your personal life#

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