Effective Time Management During Career Transitions
with Terry Monaghan, Organizing for Your Life, LLC
What would you do with four extra months? Believe it or not, that's the amount of time you can recover through effective time management.
In career transition, job seekers can often confuse activity with productivity, and extend their search period by being inefficient or disorganized, rather than focusing their efforts on the actions that will move them closer to a new role.
Goals & Priorities: How can you focus on what’s important when you have way too much on your mind?
Let’s face it. Time management is one of the most challenging aspects of our lives. How do we juggle everything there is for us to do and handle? And when you are in the midst of a transition, it can feel even more daunting. Are you supposed to spend every waking moment hunting? What about the rest of your life? How can you have fun when you “should” be doing X, Y and Z?
The basics of planning for and ultimately accomplishing any goal, project, task are the same, no matter what circumstances you find yourself in.
What you will learn in this session:
* Learn the building blocks of success for any goal or project.
* Evaluate a goal that is important to you.
* Re-energize & drop any guilt or disappointment associated with results.
* Create a clear and personalized next steps action plan for success.Your performance “can be replicated and measured in the lab.”
About the Speaker:
Terry Monaghan, owner of Organizing For Your Life LLC dba Time Triage, is passionate about productivity. Since founding her first business over 25 years ago, Terry has developed specific, custom solutions that allow executives and entrepreneurs to get more done in less time. Using insight and in-depth experience, she designs and implements specific solutions tailored to the unique needs of each client. After implementing her programs, clients often report a radical increase in sales, morale, and productivity and a dramatic decrease in stress, wasted time and overhead spending.
Terry's work ranges from multi-million dollar organizations to successful solo-preneurs. She did her undergraduate work at Georgetown University, and pursued her Masters in Business Administration at George Washington University. Terry is an active member of organizations such as: Success in the City, eWomen Network, Business Networking International, and Girl Scouts. Her services are available through workshops, teleseminars, presentations, and one-on-one consulting.
Specialties: Time management, project planning - management - implementation - execution, teamwork facilitation, space planning, systems and structures for start ups, training and speaking, process redesign, process documentation.
Contact the Speaker:
Plan to join us after the meeting for networking. Admission is free. Many of us carry our conversations to lunch at the nearby eatery.Attire is business casual, recruiters are often present, so we ask all Monday Speaker attendees to contribute to the professional standards and objectives of this important networking meeting.
Doors open at 9:45 for networking and the program starts promptly at 10:00. at our new location:
1627 K St NW, 3rd fl.