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Personal Effectiveness and Time Management

About the Session

Part 1: Pulling Out the Stops: Five Strategies for Extraordinary Performance

Gain a broad perspective of your contributions in the workplace, and make the choice to excel in your role. Identify and intentionally leverage your strengths and distinctive characteristics for the betterment of the University.

Part 2: Accomplishing More With Less Effort and Greater Enjoyment

Learn practical tactics to link behavior with values, prioritize, and identify urgent and important tasks. Maximize your potential each day by leveraging calendar tools and identifying obstacles to effective time management.

Video Clips from the Session

These video clips from the session capture each of the five principles that lead to extraordinary performance.

Resources and Materials

Follow-Up Teleconference Recordings

Follow-Up Teleconference Materials 

Preview Videos

All registrants were encouraged to view the three videos on the right in preparation of the Personal Effectiveness and Time Management workshop on March 27. Facilitator Hugh Blane provided thoughtful consideration regarding time management and previews two of five aspects of personal effectiveness.

About the Speaker

Hugh Blane is President of Claris Consulting.  He is a nationally recognized business strategist hired to help executive teams and boards solve challenging business issues, strengthen personal and professional relationships, and execute on strategic initiatives with greater effectiveness.

A subject-matter expert in leadership, team performance and influence, Hugh honed his consulting skills with renowned business author, Tom Peters. As a Senior Consultant with the Tom Peters Company, Hugh equipped and inspired leaders to do something daily that moved them and their organizations closer to their greatest potential. With 25-plus years of management, sales and leadership experience, Hugh approaches his work with the firm belief that discovering what matters to you, what motivates you and what you want to be known for is the first step in creating breakthrough performance.