Procrastination Tips and Skills to Break the Cycle
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  • Duration : 60 Minutes
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Audrey Halpern is a soft skills training facilitator consultant with 20+ years of experience. She has a background in human resources, as well as instructional design. Audrey is currently a faculty member of the American Management Association where she trains communication skills.

This webinar gives you tools and resources to be able to prioritize in order to accomplish as much as you can in your day.

43% of Americans categorize themselves as disorganized, and 21% have missed vital work deadlines. Nearly half say disorganization and not knowing how to prioritize causes them to work late at least 2 or times each week.

Learning Objectives

  • Why Do We Procrastinate
  • Learn the difference between Effective vs Efficient
  • Recognize the Interruptions in Your Day
  • Learn to say “No”
  • Multi-Tasking Myths
  • Learn to  Plan and Schedule Like a Pro
  • Develop Effective Planning Habits
  • Learn the difference between Urgent vs Important
  • Productivity Tools

Why Should You Attend

This webinar is designed for professionals at all levels who wish to obtain better productivity results.

You often see people who appear to be busy all day long but seem to accomplish very little. This is almost always because they are busy working on tasks that are of low value while they are procrastinating on one or two activities that could make a real difference to their companies and to their careers.

The most valuable tasks you can do each day are often the hardest and most complex, but the payoff and rewards for completing them can be tremendous.

In a perfect workday, we would all like to be as productive as possible. But since we do not live in a perfect world, interruptions, clashes, and hiccups happen which can prevent us from accomplishing everything that needs to get done including procrastinating.

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