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The number one source for productivity is prioritization and successful leaders use it to assure that they are focused on the right things. Our upcoming webinar discusses the power of prioritization and how it helps make better decisions, pe

Prioritizing work: how successful leaders achieve high productivity?

 

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OVERVIEW

The number one source for productivity is prioritization and successful leaders use it to assure that they are focused on the right things. Our upcoming webinar discusses the power of prioritization and how it helps make better decisions, perform effectively under pressure, and simplify complex issues.

The webinar covers the following key areas:

  • Prioritizing tasks in the workplace according to what is most important 
  • Improve productivity through time management skills and delegation
  • Stop short-term urgent daily tasks from getting in the way of your top priorities

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The number one source for productivity is prioritization. It’s a process that successful leaders use to assure that they are focused on the right things, and so can you.

After attending this webinar, you will understand the power of prioritization and will be able to make better decisions, perform effectively under pressure, and understand how to simplify complex issues.

 

WHO WILL BENEFIT

CEO, CFO, COO, CTO

Senior Vice Presidents

Vice Presidents

Regional Managers

Managers and Supervisors

Newly Promoted ManagersHigh Potential Employees

Executive directors

Managing directors

HR managers

Team Leaders

 

SPEAKER

Joel Garfinkle has 20 years of speaking experience as both keynote speaker and corporate trainer. His clients include Oracle, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, Toyota, NBA, Warner Bros, and Nestlé.