Productivity 101

 

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Workshop Overview: Productive. It's important, but we often struggle with how to stay organized so that we are productive. We struggle with email, time management, and managing workloads. We want to delegate tasks, and even say "no" to some, but we struggle with the best way of doing that. In this interactive workshop, you will learn and use methods for these areas, and become more productive. Both paper and digital methods will be discussed.

 

Learning Objectives: After this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Use effective techniques for organizing tasks across days, weeks, and months.
  • Adopt methods for staying on track and getting the correct tasks done, at the right time.
  • Create communication guidelines that will make email less burdensome, and a more effective tool.
  • Delegate tasks so that the responsible parties can undertake them without intervention.
  • Say "no" to tasks, when "no" is the correct answer.

 

Intended Audience: Any library staff member

 

Speaker: Jill Hurst-Wahl is consultant, speaker, writer, educator, and former corporate librarian. She is a professor of practice in Syracuse University's School of Information Studies and the president of Hurst Associates, Ltd. She is a member of the USNY Technology Policy and Practices Council and the Onondaga County Public Library Board of Trustees. Jill has always realized that being organized is essential for productivity, and that staying organized personally and professionally is a constant struggle. Over the years, she has used different methods including sticky notes, bullet journals, Trello, to-do lists, Getting Things Done®, temporal locality, and others. She enjoys sharing what she had learned and helping others gain productivity skills.

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