Time Management and Stress Management

During this interactive presentation participants will learn about the impact of stress on time management and prioritizing. Based on leading edge research in neuroscience, we will learn about how to become more skillful and mindful at work.

Those attending are encouraged to explore 3 questions before the Brown Bag:

* How do you currently manage your time? Tools, systems, strategies to stay on track
* What distracts you? Emails, phone calls, conversations, other?
* How do you currently manage your stress? Self care, regular routines or rituals to restore your energy

This will be an opportunity to learn 2 models of prioritizing along with strategies for managing your energy day to day at work and in life.

Thursday, June 9, 2011, 11:30 am – 1 pm

The Museum at Central School
124 Second Avenue East, Kalispell
Free

hosted by the Nonprofit Development Partnership
presented by Rebecca Johns of New Directions Professional Coaching

Please RSVP to rsvp@npdp.org or 406/756-3618 to ensure enough seating and handouts if you plan to attend.

About the presenter
Rebecca is a certified professional coach trained by The Coaches Training Institute. She is affiliated with the University of Minnesota Center for Spirituality & Healing as a Charter Member of the Purpose Project . Rebecca is also trained by The Center for Ethical Leadership in Seattle, certified in the Deep Change model from Conscious Pursuits, Inc. in Houston, and provides training and development nationally as well as statewide. She currently provides personal and professional development to clients internationally. Her background includes 35 years of teaching in higher education, public education, consulting, facilitation, and coaching. Rebecca co-authored two books during her tenure in public education as well as training teachers across the USA for over 10 years. Rebecca’s powerful listening skills and coaching techniques provide support and inspiration to people willing to make significant changes in their lives.

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