On Wednesday, August 7, the New England Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (NEACRAO) will host a Summer Workshop.
Learn how to
- Handle Interruptions that Sabotage Your Productivity
- Avoid Burnout: Energy Traps and Energizing Solutions
$75 per person. Fuller Labs, Perreault Hall, lower level.
Questions? Contact Allison Misky at 86-913-2117 or email@example.com.
Handling Interruptions that Sabotage Your Productivity
Do you spend minutes–even hours–handling an endless stream of interruptions and ’emergencies’? Do you have the feeling your time and your schedule are no longer your own? You’ll gain proven techniques and tips, designed and proven for getting your time and priorities under control and keeping it that way. You will learn how to differentiate between an ‘interruption’ and ‘work’. Learn how to handle gracefully and diplomatically drop-ins, last minute requests, challenging callers, and the seemingly endless requests for your time.
Avoiding Burnout: Energy Traps and Energizing Solutions
Are you tired of being tired? Do you suffer from “hurry sickness,” “life in the fast lane,” or “superhuman syndrome?” It’s no secret that your personal and professional effectiveness suffers if you’re burned out. Find out if you fit one of these profiles and what you can do get in balance before you reach burnout. In this session, you’ll learn how to identify energy traps and how to avoid them. We’ll discuss the connection between brain dominance and energy, and ways to reclaim zest and enthusiasm. You’ll learn how to identify what energizes you and develop an energy plan. Start using a “whole brain” not “half-brained approach to balancing your life.
Presented by Lynne M. Richards, MBA
Ms. Richards coaches, develops and inspires leaders and emerging leaders. With over 20 years of experience, her unique blend of humor, energy and practical, no-nonsense approach to management, makes her an invaluable resource. In addition to her consulting and training practice, shi is an author and adjunct professor at both the University of New Hampshire and the University of Southern Maine. She is active in her professional organizations, having served as past president of Maine ASTD and past board member of the New England Chapter of the National Speakers Association. As founder and president of Leading Generations, Lynne travels throughout the US and Canada, helping professionals develop their leadership, supervisory and training skills.