Purposeful Time Management:
Going Past Getting Things Done
Ugh -- You just can't get it all done, and most of the time you don't even get most of it done! Or, maybe you do get it all done, but are those tasks ticked off your to do list moving you forward? As a business owner and leader, you wear multiple hats. You can get tangled trying to do it all. You know you should reorganize what you do, but how? This workshop focuses on intentionality and purpose. Re-think the what and when of how you use your time, so you can support the success of others and move your business forward with confidence.
Speaker: Diane Wiater
Diane M. Wiater, CEO of Wiater Consulting Group, LLC, has more than 30 years of experience leading successful teams and developing leaders. She provides leadership and organizational development, team building and process improvement. Dr. Wiater is a certified coach trainer through Lifeforming Leadership Coaching. She engages in one-on-one coaching relationships to assist others in leadership and business development, performance improvement and the fulfillment of life dreams. Dr. Wiater has consulted for such organizations as Colonial Foods and Leadership Training International where she served ten years on the board of directors for this nonprofit. She is formerly an executive director of advancement at Regent University. While serving in this role, she managed the team responsible for supporting the university's fundraising efforts. She also served as assistant dean of administration and as an assistant professor for Regent University's School of Business and Leadership. In this capacity, she was responsible for the oversight of daily operations, budgeting, employee selection, strategic planning and implementation. She was also an assistant professor, teaching leadership and management primarily at the graduate level. In addition to consulting and coaching, Dr. Wiater is currently an adjunct professor with Regent University in the business and leadership programs.
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