Take Back Your Life!
April 21, 2010: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
What could you achieve, professionally and personally, through improved business performance? Would you like to improve the effectiveness of and reduce the time spent managing your business communications? What could you accomplish with 15 percent of your work week freed to concentrate on goals and objectives? Do you think an improved focus on work and home priorities can provide increased effectiveness and life-balance? Reserve now for this Chicago Club event and brace yourself for the possibilities.
450 N Cityfront Plaza Drive
Higher technology does not always equate to increased productivity. Just ask the scores of companies that heavily invest in communications advances only to see the new tools adding to – not reducing – employee workload. But couple that technology with an ever-accessible system for collecting, organizing, and prioritizing electronic, voice, and hard-copy information and the picture dramatically and immediately changes.
The methodologies taught at the program will help refine your focus, manage your priorities, and give you a process for effectively executing tasks and reviewing progress related to your objectives. These methodologies are designed to help you:
• Focus on meaningful objectives;
• Define productivity to determine approach; and
• Increase accountability and integrity.
The Chicago Club is pleased to invite you to learn about advanced productivity solutions and, specifically at the program, become more efficient in managing your inbox by leveraging features in Microsoft Outlook. The two-hour event will be facilitated by McGhee Productivity Solutions.
This program will provide attendees with McGhee methodologies that:
• Dramatically reduce the number of e-mails you send and receive;
• Create results-yielding e-mails and reduce e-mails chains; and
• Enable planning, prioritization, and tracking of your agreements, commitments, and communications.
Kymme Lightfoot (Speaker)
Consultant, McGhee Productivity Solutions
McGhee Productivity Solutions Consultant Kymme Lightfoot has faced many of the same challenges her clients do in managing diverse teams with competing priorities and aggressive timelines. Her passion lies in helping leaders develop and maintain an effective balance between their professional and personal objectives. Kymme will share lessons learned from working with executives and teams to help participants accomplish their objectives, increase productivity, and improve work-life balance.
Lester Bern, `79