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    • “ Once you have mastered time, you will
    • understand how true it is that most
    • people overestimate what they can
    • accomplish in a year - and
    • underestimate what they can achieve
    • in a decade!“
    • Anthony Robbins
  • Managing Your Time Creating What You Want Presented by Blanca Scanlon-Sharpe & Monica Gibbs
  • Our Company
    • Since 1990
    • Practice areas include finance, marketing, sales, HR, call centre, corporate real estate, operations, risk and IT.
    • 4 Divisions
      • EMN - Management
      • EEN - Engineering
      • ESN - Systems
      • EXN – Executive
    • www.everestmanagement.com
  • Objective
    • Learn techniques that will help you direct your work life
    • Learn how to develop effective tools in order to clarify purpose and direction
    • Learn how to prioritize and leverage activities leading to more productivity
    • In other words – get more
    • done in less time.
  • The Challenge?
    • What is your challenge?
  • What’s Wrong With The Old Way?
    • The pros and cons of
      • First generation
      • Second generation
      • Third generation
    “ The significant problems we face cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.” Albert Einstein
  • The Core ‘Solutions’
    • How to effectively maximize 'dead' time
    • The distinction between a commitment and a priority
    • When to delegate and when not to delegate
  • Time Well Wasted
    • Find and define your dead time
    • Schedule meetings, phone calls, and mundane tasks
    • Change your perception
  • Commitment Vs. Priority
    • Using commitment in relation to your task:
      • Urgency
      • Importance
      • Priority
  • Delegating for Results!
    • Investigate and identify – task and fit
    • Communicate clearly – task and expectation
    • Transmit authority with responsibility - Let go!
  • Integration
    • Recognizing personality drivers
    • The power outside the planner
    • Efficient decision making
  • Summary
    • Change happens when actions change
      • Dead time is your friend, not your enemy
      • Choose to direct your time
      • Use your resources wisely
  • Take away
    • “ Start by doing what's necessary, then what's possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” St Francis of Assisi
    What will you take away and use to inspire change?
  • Thank you for your time …
    • Questions?
    • Everest Management Network Inc.
    • 390 Bay Street, Suite 2410 Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y2 Tel: 416.363.9798 Fax: 416.363.3930 Tel (Toll Free): 1.877.363.6654 Email: [email_address] Website: www.everestmanagement.com
    • Thank you for your time
    • Questions and answers