Date: October 3, 10, & 17
Most managers today have a serious problem keeping up with the flood of e-mails, letters, faxes, phone calls, messages, voice mails, meetings, reports, articles, piles of paper, and task lists that far exceed their mental and emotional capacity. As a result of this flood, these managers are stressed and less productive than they could be.
This workshop identifies 12 common problems and provides practical and proven "lean" approaches to help busy people address these 12 problems -- and become more focused, have the right priorities, meet their commitments more faithfully, have a greater sense of accomplishment about both personal and professional goals, improve relationships at home and work, reduce stress, worry, and guilt, be healthier emotionally, mentally, and physically -- and get more "good things" done.
Art Hill is the Associate Dean of MBA programs and the John and Nancy Lindahl Professor for Excellence in Business Education in the Supply Chain and Operations Department at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. He founded the Carlson Consulting Enterprise, a unique consultancy that provides high quality consulting services to clients to develop MBA leadership and analytical skills.Hill has provided operations management consulting, developed decision support software, and/or given speeches for many manufacturing, distribution, banking, service, and government organizations worldwide.
Listen to Art Hill describe the program (MP3)
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