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Wednesday, May 18 • 9:30am - 10:45am
42AL Surviving and Thriving in Today's High Demand Workforce

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In today’s business environment, we’re all faced with too many deadlines and priorities.  Everything is a top priority and we’re told to “work smarter”. Many of us wear a multitude of hats and need to juggle dynamic priorities and handle crises that arise on a daily basis, all while handling our daily work. This session will show you how to:

  • Handle multiple priorities

  • Identify and eliminate time wasting activities

  • Build and keep positive relationships when the heat is on

  • Maintain high quality work without compromising productivity

  • Channel your stress into energy

Learning Objectives:

  • Handling multiple prioirites

  • Identifying and eliminating time wasting activities

  • Building and keeping positive relationships when working under pressure

  • Maintaining a high quality of work without compromising productivity

  • Learning how to channel your stress into energy

This is session 580542

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Kim Greene

President, Kim Greene Consulting, Inc.
Kim Greene is president of Kim Greene Consulting, Inc. specializing in providing consulting services for the IBM Collaboration Solutions portfolio for IBM i (formerly AS/400, iSeries, System i), Windows, and Linux. Kim has over 15 years of experience with IBM Domino and 20 years of... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 9:30am - 10:45am
Grand Salon 13&16 | First Floor
  • Session Content Level All
  • Operating System AIX, IBMi, Linux
  • Audience: Employees, team leaders, and managers that live in a work environment where their priorities are constantly changing and there is a never ending amount of work to do.

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