Make the limited hours of your day more productive and rewarding
Do you run out of day before you run out of To Do’s?
Are you stressed and frazzled; you work hard yet aren’t very productive?
Are you convinced that you can “never be good at Time Management?”
Effective time management is essential to achieving your goals in life and business, and everyone can learn to better manage their time to be more productive and get more done. Join Jayne Huhtanen to learn:
• How to overcome mental barriers to good time management
• The number one principle of time management
• Four keys to time management success
• The top three tactics for avoiding procrastination so you can get things done.
Everyone will receive a handout with Jayne’s Top Time Management Tips.
Best testimonial ever:
“As a busy bookkeeper running my own practice, I signed up for a workshop four years ago and it forever changed my life for the better. This is the workshop!”
Jayne Huhtanen graduated from McMaster University in Chemical Engineering and Management and spent 26 years at Procter & Gamble leading business and organizational growth in Research & Development, Market Research and Training & Development. After leaving P&G, Jayne started her own company to help entrepreneurs, professionals and companies optimize performance, overcome obstacles, and achieve professional and personal growth. She speaks, delivers workshops, and coaches on Strategic Business Planning, Productivity, Effective Communication, Coaching and Development, and Effective Teamwork. She has had speaking engagements sponsored by such organizations as RBC and Professional Engineers Ontario, and has been featured in articles on entrepreneurship in Report on Business Magazine and the Financial Post. Jayne sits on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Association of Women Executives and Entrepreneurs and the Women’s Networking Leadership Team for the Markham Board of Trade.
$25 + HST = $28.25
$30 + HST = $33.90
September 12, 2018
11:45AM – 1:15PM
IBM Innovation Space – 3600 Steeles Ave. E, Markham – Room A101