Noted author and time management/productivity expert Ken Zeigler will present two workshops on Northeast State’s Blountville campus June 22.
Zeigler is considered a pioneer in time management, organizational theory, and advanced business management. His best-selling book, Organizing for Success, is available in seven languages. He has published numerous articles on time management, productivity, and work/life balance for such newspapers as the Washington Post, the New York Post, Martha Stewart’s Living Magazine, and the Charlotte Observer.
Zeigler’s popular style blends humor with concrete information. The workshops feature an interactive, hands-on approach to customized training so participants can achieve quick results.
Getting Things Done by Influencing Others
Date: June 22, 2017, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Adapt quickly to achieve desired results – especially when you don’t have the immediate authority and need cooperation. Learn a process to influence others using personal power, persuasion, and negotiation. Cultivate relationships that result in increased credibility, respect, and authentic trust.
Having Difficult Conversations that Get Results
Date: June 22, 2017, 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Simplify discussions down to get results. Conduct conversations to promote a “tough on results and soft on people” tone. See It, Own It, Do It. Stay under control in the face of attacks and accusations and practice responding to the attitudes and excuses.
Location: Blountville Campus, Wayne Basler Library, L226
Participants may attend both seminars for $225.00 and group rates are available.
To register, visit http://training.northeaststate.edu/public/course/browse. The registration deadline is Friday, June 16, 2017. For more information, e-mail dlharrison@NortheastState.edu or call 423.353.5520.