Managing Your Time
This will be an interactive workshop that will include sharing of best practices. Bring your greatest time management challenge and we will tackle it with you!
Pre-registration is closed. Registration available at the door.
Now open to non-members!
Do you feel overwhelmed by your schedule? Are you juggling many priorities and struggling to get everything done? Are you having a hard time achieving your goals? Does it seem like your day is filled with all work and no play?
If you’d like to:
- get more done and have more fun
- spend time on what’s most important to you
- learn ways to focus and cope with interruptions
- overcome resistance and procrastination
- improve your work/life balance
Then this seminar is for you.
Join this alternative approach to managing your priorities. Walk away with a new perspective on time management and a whole new way of getting things done. Learn why time really doesn’t hold any value. Learn the difference between inspired action and dutiful action. Recognize what claims your attention. Identify the most powerful tool in time management.
Leave with practical tools that you can implement immediately and use for the rest of your life. This workshop is interactive and will include sharing of best practices. Bring your greatest time management challenge and we will tackle it!
Karen Habegger, Founder, Revel
Karen Habegger’s dream became reality when she founded Revel (a coaching and training firm) after several years of leading human resources efforts in the corporate world. She coaches executives to be more effective in their work and personal lives. Karen thrives on the fun and excitement from watching her clients succeed. Revel’s definition is “to take great satisfaction or delight”, which is her life’s goal and her wish for her clients.
Karen’s background includes training roles at Gap Inc, Gensler, and Wells Fargo. At Stanford Business School, she was chosen to present on the topic of working in an international market. Karen currently teaches management and career planning courses at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. She specializes in helping people make their visions come alive. Karen believes in interactive training that empowers individuals to learn, practice and retain new concepts. Her style is fun, encouraging and results oriented (just ask her clients!).
12:00pm-2:00pm Brown Bag Session
111 W. Saint John, Suite 200
San Jose, CA 95113
Cost (Refreshments included; NOT lunch, please bring your own!)
$10 SDForum Members
To register by phone or use a coupon, please call (408) 494-8378.
To register on-line, please visit the link below.
Seminars often sell out. On the day of the seminar, drop in registrants will be admitted on a first come, first serve basis until the seminar is full. If pre-registered attendees do not show by 12:15pm, we will allow interested participants who wait in our lobby to fill the available seats.
Pre-registration unavailable. Please register at the door.