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ePEP® TIME MANAGEMENT Webinar - Part 1 of 3, Personal Work Habits and Information Organization

Author: Bary and Lynn Sherman

Description:

ePEP®, based upon the globally-acclaimed PEP Program with over 1 million participants, is a proven system of Time Management offering a step-by-step approach to improving personal and team productivity.

In this 60 minute unit of learning, the participant will learn, through common-sense, proven, practical, implementable, and sustainable techniques on how to organize, manage and retrieve information in both the paper and electronic worlds so that all data is instantly retrievable. The average worker today spends 1.6 hours per week looking for things they can't find. "Lost documents hunting" time will be reduced to virtually zero.

This course (part 1 of 3) sets the stage to actually getting more of the right work done in less time with less stress.

Upon completing this course learners will be able to:

  • List the benefits they will realize from following the recommendations of the overall PEP program
  • Identify the three work habits necessary for effective time management
  • Define the "Do It Now" principle
  • List five ways to practice the "Do It Now" principle
  • Identify the time savings they can realize from following the principles of this course
  • Define the areas of effective paper management organizational structure.

Course Details:

Price:$49.99
Field of Study:Personal Development
Prerequisites:None
Level:Basic
Duration:1.0 Hours
Delivery Method:Group-Internet Based
Advance Preparation:None
Course was last updated on:10/23/2014
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