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ePEP® TIME MANAGEMENT Webinar - Part 3 of 3, Planning Your Work

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. /ppIn this 60 minute unit of learning, the participant will learn, through common-sense, proven, practical, and sustainable techniques to clearly focus to be able to implement the following: /pulliProactive planning to accomplish more of the right work faster with less stress from wherever you are, whenever you want./lilihow to manage and retrieve information instantly to increase the quality or client services; and, find electronic information when you need it to save time./li/ulpUpon completing this course learners will be able to:/pulli List the techniques to use to associate all their project and planning functions to their electronic calendar/liliDefine the concept of time locks/liliIdentify major time locks for long and short term projects and planning work/liliList the steps to create a Project Implementation Plan./li/ul

Course Details:

Price:$49.99
Field of Study:Personal Development
Prerequisites:ePEP Part 1
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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