Your energetic, rapid-fire delivery kept our audiences completely engaged for every one of your presentations. Thanks for being able to adapt your delivery to our varied audiences, from rank-and-file through executive management.

Shawn Yorke, Director of Learning and Development
  DBI Services
  Hazelton, PA




Tom, you are great at connecting with our audiences. You are
one of the best speakers
I have ever worked with—
sincere and passionate about being the best!


Candace Meronk, Director of Association Services Team
  Schierl Companies
  Stevens Point, WI




Your vast expertise
has provided us with a knowledgebase and solutions that are immediately transferable to our work situations.


Eleanor Sanford, Vice President, Leadership & Organizational Consultant
  Bank of America
  Boston, MA




Our clients have begun to work on changing their associates' 'erroneous belief systems', so they can direct them to more positive results.

Chris Frederick, Sr. President
  Auto Training Institute
  Savage, MD




The real win for us is your focus on Accountability. Instead of finding easy excuses that get in our way, we now use your concepts to recognize 'bench-warming' behaviors and to prompt us to 'step up to the plate.' It has become part of our culture.

Delinda Kanaski, VP Learning & Organizational Development
  Country Meadows
     Senior Living
  Hershey, PA
     
It's About Time: 
Increasing Personal Productivity by Focusing on What Matters Most 
     
  How we manage our time reflects our values, our priorities, and our skills. 
It has a direct bearing on our success, both professionally and personally. 
Your life, career, and happiness are at the mercy of time.  "Time is the stuff 
that life is made of."  (Ben Franklin) 
     
     
Format:  45-90 minute Keynote,  half-day Workshop,  or full-day Workshop
     
  You can tell a person's true priorities by looking at their calendar and their checkbook.
How we decide to spend our time is a function of what we really value the most.
The roles and expectations that we have accepted in life should drive the goals we set
and the tasks we place on our daily "To Do" list.  Managing time is, therefore,really a
matter of controlling the "events" of our lives that will contribute most to our overall productivity.
Tom has shared these concepts with more than 1,800 audiences, helping them understand how to
take control of the things they can control and let go of the things they can't.
     
What You Will Learn:
  • Understand the need to control the events of your life
  • Identify the real roles and expectations of your job
  • Set goals and break them into action steps
  • Commit to weekly and daily planning, to reduce stress and get more done
  • Make work/life balance more than just an idea
  • Control the length of those "endless" interruptions
  • Learn how and when to say "No," politely and respectfully
  • Understand how to handle the "time robbers"
  • Take time to manage stress on a daily basis and do what's necessary for self-renewal
     
Audience:      Individual contributors and managers who'd like to get more done in less time,
stay focused on their top priorities, and feel less stress along the way.
     
     
     
     
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