Too much to do and too little time. Between work, home and community activities it seems like the “to-do” list of a 21st century professional just keeps growing and growing, making it difficult to find the time and energy it takes to accomplish even the simplest task. As much as we tout the benefits of time management, successful time management starts with strategic planning, and we find it difficult to make the time to start. Discover what time management really means, how to prioritize tasks, and how to leverage these skillsets in your day-to-day professional and personal life. Take back your day and rediscover job satisfaction and personal fulfillment with these easy steps for effective planning.
Speaker: Krystal Heinzen
Krystal Heinzen is a management specialist for Western Kentucky University Research Foundation Training and Technical Assistance (T/TAS) with over 20 years professional training experience. As a former corporate trainer for a major airline, a formerly certified healthy relationships trainer with Head Start families and a current management specialist, her primary objective is for participants to be able to relate to and apply the information. Since joining the T/TAS team in 2011, her primary area of expertise has been program design and management. However, her history as a Head Start parent while in law school made her passionate about all aspects of family partnership and engagement. She holds a Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in journalism with a minor in Spanish from Howard University in Washington DC. She is certified in mediation and a Registered Parliamentarian.