Today, leaders and staff are drowning in a sea of meetings, e-mails, interruptions, reports, and short-term immediate demands. They find themselves working late or taking their work home at night, which adversely affects their personal life and ultimately productivity.
But now there’s hope: Strategic Thought.
Offered by Northeast State’s Workforce Solutions, this course shows participants how to allocate their time and energy so they can think ahead, add value, improve their daily and weekly results, and come up with new innovative ideas. The course will help participants question and validate everything in their work day and develop ways of dealing with overwhelming situations.
The course is based on more than 16 years of research with leaders, sales professionals, and support staff from more than 400 companies. The results of this course are immediate and lasting. The course facilitator, Ken Ziegler, is the author of the course textbook and is noted for his interesting and effective delivery.
Name: Organizing for Success Using Strategic Thought
Date: Feb. 2, 2016
Time: 8:30 – 4:30
Location: Blountville campus, Basler Library Room L106
Instructor: Ken Zeigler
Course Fees: $199.00 per participant
Registration Deadline: Jan. 18.
To register, contact Rebecca Moody at 423.354.5520 or firstname.lastname@example.org.