January 20, 2022 Eating, Sleeping & Breathing Your Way to Improved Time Management
DB Latimore Professional Services Group is excited to host our next virtual Leadership Lab, Eating, Sleeping, and Breathing Your Way to Improved Time Management, on Wednesday, January 26, as part of our 2022 Leadership Development Conference.
Each session in the conference is catered to all levels of leadership to learn, practice, and transfer management skills into effective leadership competencies. By design, they will also include the following:
- Case study & scenario reviews
- Small group breakout sessions
- Pre- and post-lab activities
- A 1-hour sustainability follow-up session
Never Enough Time
Time: It seems that we never have enough of it—especially when it comes to the workplace.
There are countless neuroscience, psychology, and chronobiology studies that tell us the most efficient and effective ways to live and work—yet many of us don’t implement the findings.
Why is that?
Well, it’s easier to keep doing what’s familiar, even when familiar isn’t beneficial. Scientific research is boring, and who wants to do a deep dive and dig through the mumbo jumbo? Sure, there are hacks and tips all over the internet, but it’s difficult to cull these into one knowledge catalog that fits your organization’s specific needs. Furthermore, knowledge catalogs that exist in long-form can be overwhelming to digest—especially when you already don’t have enough time in your day to get everything else done.
Prepare to kick these roadblocks to the curb!
What is Time Management?
Simply put, time management is the process of planning and being mindful of the time spent on each task to work smarter, not harder. It’s essentially a juggling act of your duties to help you increase efficiency, boost your performance, and achieve a stronger work-life balance.
When leadership improves their time management efficiencies, the result is lower stress levels, a decrease in absenteeism, improved employee retention, and increased profits. However, poor time management skills in the workplace can result in:
- Inefficient workflow
- Missed deadlines
- Strained workplace relationships
- Poor professional reputation
- Procrastination and lack of focus
Improve Your Time Management Skills
The Eating, Sleeping, and Breathing Your Way to Improved Time Management leadership lab—facilitated by time management fixer and productivity expert, Helene Segura—will help you unpack the best practices of time management as they relate to sleep, breath, movement, eating, and planning. These methods will boost productivity levels for frontline leaders, supervisors, and HR practitioners looking for:
- Professional development
- Enhanced skill sets to lead in the new post-pandemic workplace
- Advanced education for working or developing leaders at all levels
By the end of the session, participants will create a realistic roadmap to follow in order to better manage time and energy. They will also walk away with:
- Enhanced leadership capabilities focused on core leadership competencies
- Learn practical leadership applications
- Increased understanding and development of their unique leadership styles
If you are a frontline leader, supervisor, or HR practitioner and want to increase your time management skills for you and your employees, the DB Latimore virtual Eating, Sleeping, and Breathing Your Way to Improved Time Management leadership lab is exactly what your organization needs!
Looking Ahead: Upcoming Leadership Labs
At DB Latimore Professional Services Group, we pride ourselves on our ability to couple context, capabilities, and coaching to create and develop transferable and actionable leadership competencies to create highly effective leaders. Here are some of our upcoming Leadership labs:
- Incorporating Empathy & Listening Skills into Your Daily Leadership
- Improve Your Team’s Productivity Through Effective Delegation
- Maximizing Team Effectiveness
These labs have been approved for HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™, and SPHRi™recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®).