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Making More Minutes: Time Management for Pre-Professionals

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Making More Minutes: Time Management for Pre-Professionals

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Learning Objective: Develop time management skills for better organization and productivity
Students who’ve learned how to effectively manage time during high school are better prepared for the rigors of college study. Regardless of preparation, it takes time to adjust to college. Improve your time management skills by setting goals and not deviating from them. Even students who managed time well during high school often struggle when they begin college. Students are overwhelmed with large course loads, extracurricular activities, and other social activities. Although being in college can be overwhelming, it’s possible to complete everything that must be done in a timely and efficient manner. Developing time management and organizational skills is the key to working efficiently. The best way to better manage time is to develop daily schedules. Most organized people plan daily, weekly, and monthly tasks. This seminar will show you how to be self-motivated, leading to better organizational skills, productivity, and efficiency.
At the end of this seminar, participants will be able to:

a. Outline long-term goals and a plan to obtain them.
b. Obtain detailed plans for each day and how to deal with delays.
c. Break large projects down into several simpler projects.
d. Cultivate a flexible schedule.

Learning Objective: Develop time management skills for better organization and productivity
Students who’ve learned how to effectively manage time during high school are better prepared for the rigors of college study. Regardless of preparation, it takes time to adjust to college. Improve your time management skills by setting goals and not deviating from them. Even students who managed time well during high school often struggle when they begin college. Students are overwhelmed with large course loads, extracurricular activities, and other social activities. Although being in college can be overwhelming, it’s possible to complete everything that must be done in a timely and efficient manner. Developing time management and organizational skills is the key to working efficiently. The best way to better manage time is to develop daily schedules. Most organized people plan daily, weekly, and monthly tasks. This seminar will show you how to be self-motivated, leading to better organizational skills, productivity, and efficiency.
At the end of this seminar, participants will be able to:

a. Outline long-term goals and a plan to obtain them.
b. Obtain detailed plans for each day and how to deal with delays.
c. Break large projects down into several simpler projects.
d. Cultivate a flexible schedule.

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  2. 2. Moderator Lisa Valle Sr. Manager Enterprise Service Management The Boeing Company Panelist Marcos Purty Executive Director Global Manufacturing Strategy & Planning General Motors Panelist Tammy Jones Branch Manager, Corporate Engagement Human Resource Management Federal Aviation Administration Panelist Candace Cox-Wimberley CEO / Author I am A Genius
  3. 3. Introduction  Take-a-ways of tried and true best practices  Some good habits to break  Resources to follow, read, digest “Productivity isn’t about being a workhorse, keeping busy or burning the midnight oil...it’s more about priorities, planning and fiercely protecting your time.” – Margarita Tartakovsky
  4. 4. Tip #1 – Marcos Purty Morning Habits Workday Habits Evening Habits A habit is a routine or behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously
  5. 5. Tip #2 – Tammy Jones  Preparation  Read your email messages, your calendar  Set Goals  Decide what you want to accomplish for the day and week  Prioritize  Determine what is urgent, what’s coming up and what needs to be completed now  Set Boundaries “There can only be one most important thing. Many things may be important, but only one can be the most important.” – Ross Garber
  6. 6.  Remember your WHY  Stay FOCUSED  Be INTENTIONAL  Maximize the PRESENT Moment Tip#3 – Candace Cox-Wimberley
  7. 7. Resources “What’s the ONE thing you can do this (week) such that by doing it everything else would be easier or unnecessary?” Productivity Apps
  8. 8. THANK YOU for your participation!!! Please remember to fill out the survey and provide us feedback!

Editor's Notes

  • I will say each name and title, the next slide will give you a chance to introduce yourself further
  • Each panelist will describe a typical day in their life. Just paint a picture from sun-up, to sun-down, the multiple (conflicting) priorities you must manage to get through each day. Try not to get into the anecdotal piece, just paint the picture, tell the 1st part of the story.

    Time management is about how you spend your time, it’s not about jamming more things into on yocalendar. In all comes down to what to produce in the 24 hours we’re given. Your time is your most valuable resource. Spend it wisely and with intention
  • Morning Habits

    Morning Water
    30 minutes prior before looking at phone
    Scan Text messages for update (manufacturing)
    Scan emails prior to leaving for urgent items

    Work Day

    Focus on meeting start/stop times
    Mobile Devices/Laptops free in meetings
    Leave time for miscellaneous
    Travel/other
    Time to “just talk” to people
    Preparation/Calendar

    Evening

    Exercise 2-3x per week
    Family/Kid follow-up
    Responsible for Dinner (3x/week)
    Check emails/Text
    Check Calendar for next day
    Phone off by 10pm

  • Weave in good habits to break

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