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Not Enough Hours In the Day…

A lot of people say they are too busy to attend a time management workshop; but  the Sierra Human Resources Association says differently. Time management is the key to balancing work and life outside of work.
Click here to listen to Presenter, Laura Moriarty

Participants willing to commit three hours Tuesday morning have an opportunity to learn techniques to maximize time and increase productivity while also creating time for family and other important relationships.
Click here to listen to Presenter, Laura Moriarty

Sierra Human Resources Association Co-President Laura Moriarty says you will learn to prioritize time to deal with both the urgent and important, discover what to do if you are addicted to urgency, busy-ness….and technology.
Click here to listen to Presenter, Laura Moriarty

Learn to identify the three levels of work and recognize the signs of time wasters and how to handle unplanned work added to your day. Identify urgency addiction as it pertains to your life while gaining tools to change behaviors such as, “50 ways to beat the clock”.

The Sierra Human Resources Association along with the Nevada County Contractors’ Association and and the Regional Chambers of Nevada County is presenting “Time Management for Busy People”, Improving Work Life Balance on Tuesday, June 11th  from 9:00 am to noon at Nevada County Contractors’ Association on Crown Point Court  in Grass Valley.
Register online at www.sierrahra.org or call or Christine Hoxsie at One Stop Career Center at 530 265-7093 or SHRA Co-President Laura Moriarty, SPHR at 530 573-0224.

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