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June 28, 2017
Time Management Workshop
June 28, 2017 –
Non-profit organizations staff and volunteers provide heroic levels of help whole usually being chronically underfunded and understaffed. What if each person in your non-profit could double or even triple the amount of work being done while reducing stress and long hours? In this workshop, Garland Coulson provides practical techniques to help non-profits and individuals. Whether you are a non-profit manager, director, employee or volunteer, you will find many powerful tips to transform your working time and to enhance your personal life.
Garland Coulson has spent over 25 years mastering time management. At first, he was determined to learn time management for his own career, but soon found himself helping others wherever he worked. For the last 15 years, he has been a time management speaker trainer and coach, helping thousands of people get more done in less time. Garland calls time management the "missing skill" they don't teach in school or university. No matter how brilliant or talented you are, if you are always running out of time, you can't apply your skills to their fullest.
Time Management isn't just about work. One of the reasons Garland loves to teach time management is so people have more time for what is important in their life. Time for family, friends, community, passions. Time just to be a human "be-ing" instead of a human do-ing. More time for those moment's that take your breath away....
Location and Pricing - Enterprise Centre Boardroom, 900 Alder Street. $35 per person for Volunteer Campbell River members, $50 per person for non-members.
Registration: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-287-8111 with your name and agency contact information. Then, followup with payment by cash or cheque by June 26th to Volunteer Campbell River, 900 Alder St, beside the mural. Seats are limited and are confirmed with payment. Please note: There are no refunds.
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