What is your relationship with time?
Would you like to have more time for what you want to do, and feel happier about how you are using your time? Would you like to be more productive, and find ways to help your colleagues and direct reports make better use of their time?
Join RiverRhee in The Cambridge Building at Babraham on Thursday 2nd Feb to find out!
RiverRhee* will be visiting the new conference centre on Babraham's Research Campus on Thursday 2nd February to share their insights and tools for better understanding and making the most of your and your colleagues’ relationship with time.
Drop by and say ‘hello’ to see and hear about (and take away your personal productivity resource):
- Effective ways to prioritise your time
- How to better focus your attention
- Harvesting productivity builders, and reducing time wasters
- Your choices relative to procrastination
- Making your technology work for rather than against you
- Sources of further information and support
*RiverRhee is a ‘support supplier’ for One Nucleus. We have delivered our Introduction to Management course to 70+ new and more experienced managers since 2013. We have worked with 30+ organisations to deliver a range of other courses, workshops and one-to-one coaching for creating exceptional managers and teams. What you will learn about on the 2nd February is based on one of the modules in our Introduction to Management course, and can also be delivered as part of tailored in-house courses or one-to-one coaching.
We look forward to meeting you at our stand in The Cambridge Building at Babraham between 10:00 am - 3:00 pm on Thursday 2nd February. If you are unable to make it and would like to explore this topic with us, please contact Elisabeth on 07876 130 817 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also like to visit our website www.riverrhee.com
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Would you like to achieve greater productivity, quality and satisfaction in your work? We help managers and their teams to enhance their effectiveness by making the most of their time and expertise.