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Time Management

Becoming More Efficient


When the cost of earning a client is more than double the client’s first order, it’s time for a company’s leadership to ask tough questions about its practices. It is common for a company to move from working as fast as possible to meet demand to standing still. Usually, these changes happen over time, but as is often the case, there’s no time to figure out what is wrong. The case was no different for a large health care organization. Leadership needed a fast, proven model that would cut to the heart of the customer service issue the organization was facing. However, this was not a sales problem. The sluggish sales were just a symptom of a systems breakdown that was partly due to the organization’s rapid expansion. But these couldn’t be blamed for sustained customer loyalty issues.

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Put More Power In Your Hour




  • Identifying Your Value System

    Participants will understand the nature of stress and specific techniques to apply during times of stress.

  • Goal Setting

    Participants will apply the seven-step goal setting process to their professional responsibilities as well as their personal lives.

  • Planning and Scheduling Your Day

    Participants will understand the key elements to successfully managing their tasks and their time.

  • Identifying and Eliminating Time Wasters in Your Day

    Participants will identify their top time wasters and list specific ways to reduce or eliminate them.

  • Technology

    Participants will learn to maximize the available technology to better manage their time.

  • Stress Management

    Participants will understand the nature of stress and specific techniques to apply during times of stress.