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09/13/2014

013. Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress, and Lead by Example

Instructor: Steve McClatchy

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Monday, March 12, 2018
1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

(this is an afternoon course, you will need to pick a morning course as well)

Full Course Description:

What shapes a leader's outcome, career and life? The criteria we all use for making decisions drive our performance and our effectiveness as leaders. Great decision-making habits yield a lifetime of achievements and success. Poor habits keep us stressed, frustrated, and forever out of balance.

Who should attend:

Anyone ready to take performance to the next level and enjoy a more productive life!

Takeaways: 

1. Focus on results and the true drivers of performance

2. Regain critical planning and personal time
 
3. Dramatically increase work/life engagement
 
4. Become a true leader personally and professionally

Overall Rating: 4.9/5

Comments:

"Can apply for any job or personal life. Will help put balance back in my life."

" Steve put on a great presentation, animated and entertaining. Creative way to think about task completion. Simple and effective ways of engaging yourself on a daily time."

"Great instructor. Learned how to better plan my time in life and work."

"I thought this was a fantastic course. He 100% knew what he was talking about and made me see my goals and to do’s in a different way. I look forward to putting what I have learned into my everyday life. Thank you!"

"Very detailed, yet efficient program. A lot of good information that everyone can utilize. If I use the information from this program, we will have an efficient work force."


At the end of each session we asked the attendees to review and rate each course. These reviews are anonymous so we can only provide their job titles. Ratings are based upon the benefit of the course, quality of the course, instructor expertise, ability to communicate and quality of visual aids and are rated on a scale of 1-5.