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Workshop - How to Manage Yourself & Your Priorities


Tue 10 Apr 2018, 9:00am–12:00pm

Where: Strictly Savvy, 12 Railway Ave, Upper Hutt, Wellington Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Online Ticket: $79.00
  • In-Person Ticket: $179.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Jo Muggeridge

Self-management is a vital skill for people who need to make sure they feel time is used productively and that they are in control of their workload on a day-to-day basis.

Having well-developed self-management skills helps people efficiently communicate with colleagues, and manage workloads.

This has a flow-on effect on their overall well-being at work by reducing stress and anxiety.

With the proliferation of digital technologies and communication streams in both our personal and professional life, there has been a huge increase in the volume of information we are being expected to read and process.

In this workshop you will:
- Learn how to achieve more on an hourly and daily basis
- Understand when and how to prioritise your workload
- Learn how to break work down into manageable chunks
- Manage your tasks, email inbox and calendar
- Identify the behaviours that will help you to be more efficient and minimise your stress

Your Presenter - Youssef Mourra, Project Management Expert.

As the founder and Principal Consultant at Nonsuch Consulting, Youssef delivers consulting across all the layers of Project, Programme and Portfolio Management in organisations of any size and type. He is known for developing practical and pragmatic solutions that help organisations achieve their desired business outcomes and to execute their strategies.

With over 28 years’ experience in the world of project, programme and portfolio management in both delivery and consulting roles, he has an excellent blend of ‘soft’ skills and ‘hard’ knowledge.

Youssef loves supporting individuals and groups who are interested in pursuing entrepreneurial goals. He has focussed on assisting a number of Wellington-based, women-owned businesses to help ensure the business world reflects the true diversity of gender in society. He also provides mentoring services to select individuals each year and loves to share his knowledge and experience.

Online and In-Person tickets available. Book your seat today!