A Time Management Program Developed for Oregon Health Sciences Libraries Association (OHSLA)

For more information or to schedule this course, contact Helen Guerrero-Randall <hgrandall@stcharleshealthcare.org>.

Do you ever wonder where your work day went? How did you get to the end of it and not get a thing checked off your to-do list? In this four-hour face-to-face training, presenter, Iris Savich, MA will address the ten operational styles of time management and link to time management issues. She will help us with time management techniques that are applicable to librarians in a variety of settings- academic, hospital, research, weather you are a librarian working solo, as part of a small team, or as part of a large organization.

Learning Objectives

1) Identify time management principles & misconceptions about time;

2) Identify participants operational time types & tools for self-improvement;

3) Establish SMART(S) goals;

4) Develop “action plan” for better time management.

Agenda

Workshop will be held Friday, July 29; 10:00am – 3:00pm; lunch included
Step 1: 1) Identify (12) time management principles & (7) misconceptions about time; 2) Interpret scoring results from the online mind tools quiz
Step 2: 1) Identify your (5) operational time types & tools for self improvement; 2) Learn how proactive people establish effective habits
Step 3: 1) Change self-defeating behaviors by identifying (10) “HN” factors; 2) Understand productivity: “A Day in the Life of a Librarian”; 3) Establish SMART(S) goals
Step 4: 1) Prioritize: know the difference between “urgent” and “important”; 2) Apply the 80/20 rule to maximize productivity; 3) Develop your own “action plan” for better time management

Facility Requirements

Over head projector needed for PowerPoint Presentation. Internet Connection and computer needed for online demonstrations.

MLA CE Credits: 4