Staying focused on the highest priorities is a challenging requirement in the modern-day workplace. Technologies intended to liberate us and our time often instead provide a greater flood of information, clutter, and 24-hour accessibility of and by our colleagues.
Led by certified FranklinCovey trainer Maria Walden Sullivan, Time Management will provide learners with a framework to consciously discern the important from the less and not important, and the planning systems that will keep you focused and feeling accomplished at the end of every day.
By the end of this course, you will be able to…
- Identify key differentiators between the important and the not important.
- Define what success looks like in balancing work and life priorities.
Implement planning processes to identify, schedule, and execute on high-impact activities.
This course is appropriate for all nonprofit professionals.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Maria Walden-Sullivan is a social entrepreneur for both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Prior to working for herself as a consultant, Maria’s role was Manager for the FranklinCovey Organization’s Home and Family Division for Non Profit Organizations and Philanthropic Initiatives. Her expertise helped to create a sustainable infrastructure and long-term strategies by using many of FranklinCovey programs and principles. She has supported many nonprofit organizations to help build capacity, develop strong boards and assist in building strong volunteer coalitions and outside the box thinking in enterprise for fundraising. She is also a certified facilitator in many FranklinCovey programs, keynote speaker and presenter.
Prior to FranklinCovey, Maria’s role was Vice President of Marketing for the Project Management Division of Provant.
Maria lives in Georgia and has one recently married son and granddaughter.
- Coming soon
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
Questions? Contact the Nonprofit University team at at [email protected] or 678-916-3081.
Thanks to the generous support of The Wells Fargo Foundation, GCN offers a limited number of partial scholarships for staff and board members of eligible organizations to attend Nonprofit University. Learn more