EXECUTIVE EDUCATION | Time and Energy Management: Breaking Barriers to Personal Effectiveness
If you are interested in attending click the register button, and fill out the questionnaire by the 20th of October.The link will be in your registration confirmation email. You will be notified by Mona on 21st of October if you are selected to attend. Please note, there are limited seats available, completing the questionnaire does not guarantee a seat.
Bloch Executive Series
Managing our time and energy is incredibly challenging given the myriad roles that we fulfill inside and outside of our professional lives. During this interactive session, you will learn how to maximize your performance by changing your relationship to time, acquiring scientifically-informed strategies for optimizing functioning, improving stress management skills, and combining the new knowledge and skills with renewed energy to better meet the demands of intense workplaces.
Time and Energy Management: Breaking Barriers to Personal Effectiveness Includes:
The opportunity to work online, in real-time, alongside a Bloch instructor and your peers
Course materials and recordings
Certificate of participation
What You Will Learn This workshop will include interactive dialogue and dynamic group activities to help you fully process and acquire the knowledge and skills needed to better use your resources effectively.
Barriers to effective time and energy management
Science-informed strategies for optimizing performance
Time management skill building as an approach to stress management
Who Should Attend Professionals who want to do away with the looming sense that there’s “not enough time and energy.” This workshop is excellent for all managers and team leaders seeking the tools and resources needed to optimize their time and energy for maximum efficiency and effectiveness in professional settings and beyond.
About the Instructors Dr. Tamilia D. Reed is a Staff Psychologist and Outreach Coordinator at UMKC Counseling Services. She organizes and delivers presentations, workshops, and trainings that cover a range of mental health and wellness topics for students, faculty, and staff at the university. In addition, she provides consultation services and delivers a range of therapy services to the university community as well. Outside of her professional life, Dr. Reed writes, sings, reads, and travels as often as possible.
Dr. Carolyn S Pepper is a licensed clinical psychologist and works as a staff psychologist at UMKC Counseling Services. At Counseling Services, she serves in the role of Assessment Coordinator, providing and overseeing all of the office’s psychodiagnostic testing. In addition to these roles, Dr. Pepper is also an adjunct psychology professor and a RYT 200 yoga and meditation instructor. In her free time, Dr. Pepper enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with friends and family – furry and otherwise.