304: Time Management: Getting a Grasp of Your Research, Project (and Personal) Time Management

Track: Partnerships, Leadership and Change Management

Session Number: 304
Date: Fri, Jul 28th, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Description:

By using business time management techniques and applying them to the research development world, Tracey provides templates, tricks and strategies to better balance your work schedule, those of your team, and still have a life. Project management, work-back schedules, using your work calendar effectively, and setting realistic time goals for you and your fundraising team are just a few of the life-saving (literally) areas which will be covered in this dynamic session. Learn from Tracey who successfully manages her own business, teaches part-time at Western University, is the current APRA-Canada President, and editor and contributor to Canada's first book on Prospect Research; all while maintaining a marriage with two children, and participating in many (and many more) leisure activities. Let her years of experience help you build a more balanced work and home life. Templates will be used in the session and available to all attendees.

Please note: This session will be recorded.
Session Type: Breakout Session (90 minutes)

Primary Competency: RM:Competency 16: Change and Project Management
Secondary Competency: CA:Competency 7: Collaboration and Relationship Building
Tertiary Competency: None
Intended Audience Level: Level I
Learning Objective #1: Learn how to use project management templates and practices to lead your research team in a new project or campaign
Learning Objective #2: Learn effective time management practices for balancing your day, week, month and year
Session Type: Breakout Session (90 minutes)

Primary Competency: RM:Competency 16: Change and Project Management
Secondary Competency: CA:Competency 7: Collaboration and Relationship Building
Tertiary Competency: None
Intended Audience Level: Level I
Learning Objective #1: Learn how to use project management templates and practices to lead your research team in a new project or campaign
Learning Objective #2: Learn effective time management practices for balancing your day, week, month and year