Working from home?
COVID-19 has changed how we operate – which means we need to pivot in our communication with others!
When you work in person, it’s easier to communicate and figure things out when you see body language and hear tone.
But if you’re spending more time communicating electronically, how you communicate will affect how much time you save – or lose.
*How do you manage others’ expectations if your timeline is turned upside down?
Walk away with time-saving best practices and the language to use with your co-workers and customers!
This live seminar was recorded on
Thursday, April 2, 2020
There are only two topics we’ll cover because we’re going to deep dive. We’ll walk through exercises during which you will create systems and “language” that work for your situation.
A handout is included.
The recording includes Q&A – answering questions that were submitted beforehand, as well as those submitted through the chat box.
Did you notice? This is full of content and not sales pitches!
- Download your handout.
Attend the Seminar
- Check your email or calendar!
- Watch the seminar replay.
- Productivity Kickstarter Kit
- Resources mentioned during the webinar
- Additional Solutions
Meet Helene Segura
Time Management Fixer
Helene Segura, MA Ed, CPO
Time management fixer Helene Segura delivers thought-provoking, yet entertaining time management keynotes and seminars that give busy professionals the powerful strategies and tactics they need to cut lost time. By improving efficiency, she helps companies lower employee stress levels, decrease absenteeism, improve retention, and increase profits.
The author of four books - two of which were Amazon best-sellers - Helene has been the featured organizational expert in more than 200 media interviews including publications such as US News and World Report and Money Magazine, as well as on Fox, CBS, ABC and NBC affiliates.
Her Bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University is in Political Science. She focused on international affairs, so she learned about negotiations and the importance of dissecting situations from different perspectives. Her Master’s degree from UTSA is in Educational Leadership. She learned about running a business, as well as educational psychology – behavior change and behavior management. Since 2006, in both her individual consulting and trainings, she's used all of those skills to teach audiences how to pin-point their barriers to personal efficiency and implement changes that will save their sanity – and save the companies for which they work a great deal of money.
When she's not revealing solutions as The Inefficiency Assassin, she enjoys experimenting with recipes, traveling and watching movies.