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Leadership Advantage Seminar – Manage Yourself, Not Time by Dr. Robert Watts

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Leadership Advantage Seminar - Manage Yourself, Not Time by Dr. Robert Watts @ Luther North College Prep | Chicago | Illinois | United States
When:
May 13, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
2017-05-13T09:00:00-05:00
2017-05-13T13:00:00-05:00
Where:
Luther North College Prep
5700 W Berteau Ave
Chicago, IL 60634
USA
Cost:
$350
Contact:
KATIE GARBER
855-DR-WATTS

Dr. Robert Watts has more than 30 years of experience as a corporate consultant, executive coach, and university professor. His expertise as an organizational change/development consultant, executive coach and presenter has enabled him to successfully lead broad-scale and single-subject interventions for a diverse clientele of small businesses to Fortune 500 companies across various industries, as well as non-profit entities, including major colleges, universities (published in seven languages), upon whose principles he launched his consultancy, Watts and Associates, and the Leadership Advantage Seminars (LAS).

Ever since time was introduced as means of measuring performance against production, business leaders have pursued mastery of time management in order to achieve high efficiency standards in organizations.  The dawn of a new day and more practical way of achieving performance and production results has emerged through the discovery of better self- and task-management techniques.  In this transforming seminar, leaders will learn common-sense approaches to mastering the art of self- and task-management in the context of time.

The major outcomes of this seminar are to:

  • Learn what it means to self and task manage in the context of time;
  • Learn how self and task management can unleash human energy to achieve desired results;
  • Learn why self and task management are the rational approach to forming plans, strategies, goals, and functions; and
  • Learn how managing self instead of time is the first step in giving birth to a “Living-Place Environment” to replace the traditional time-management driven workplace.

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